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Physics of Plasmas
The linear buoyancy instability in magnetized plasmas is investigated in the presence of anisotropic resistivity and viscosity. The magnetic field is assumed to be horizontal and the background heat flux is not taken into account. That is, the magnetic field lines are initially isothermal. The heat is assumed to be primarily transported along the magnetic force lines. The general dispersion relationship of the thermal convective instability in the presence of anisotropic resistive and viscousdoi:10.1063/1.3398478 fatcat:a2euipsmgjdhtgafqbdrxzbywq