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Dipolar radiation from spinning dust grains coupled to an electromagnetic wave
Journal of Plasma Physics
In this letter we investigate how the complex rotation and quivering motion of an elongated polarized dust grain in the presence of a monochromatic electromagnetic wave can originate dipolar emission with two distinct spectral components. We present a model for the emission of radiation by elongated polarized dust grains under the influence of both an external electromagnetic wave and a constant background magnetic field. The dust, exhibiting rotational motion at the external electromagneticdoi:10.1017/s0022377806006076 fatcat:gnxilk6sjfhcxejchxvnzi22uy