Condensed Matter Physics, 1996, No 8, p. 167-173, English
It has been shown that at charging and melting of the cosmic garbage particles by electron beam their intensive disintegration into very small droplets, which are 10^2 -10^4 times less as small as an original drop, is possible. This process occurs only in the case, when the particle charge significantly exceeds the Rayleigh limit, determining the instability threshold for a charged drop. The consideration was carried out for garbage particles, having dimensions 0.1-1 cm. At the solution of this problem we have taken into account the compensating ion current, coming from the cosmic plasma to the negatively charged particle surface.Comments: Refs. 11, Tabs. 0, Figs. 1.
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