Fine structure of large flare radioemission

Fine structure of large flare radioemission,10.1134/S0038094608050067,Solar System Research,G. P. Chernov

Fine structure of large flare radioemission  
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Several recent phenomena with zebra patterns (ZPs) and fiber bursts on the dynamic spectra of solar type IV radio bursts have been complexly analyzed using all available ground-based and satellite data (SOHO, TRACE, RHESSI). ZPs and fiber bursts were observed at frequencies of 50–3800 MHz. The main relative spectral parameters and the degree of circular polarization of ZPs and fiber bursts are almost identical. The fine structure was observed in powerful and weak phenomena (and was more impressive in weak phenomena) during impulsive and decline phases at instants of recurring continuum bursts. The shape of the fine structure depends on that of the magnetic loops in a radio source, the type of fast particle acceleration (impulsive or prolonged), and the presence of shock waves and coronal mass ejections. Several new effects of the interaction between zebra stripes and fiber bursts have been detected. Specifically, up to 40 fiber bursts with different frequency ranges were simultaneously observed in the frequency range 1–2 GHz against a background of sudden absorptions. It has been indicated that different effects in the ZP stripe behavior can be explained within the scope of the model with whistlers, if the quasi-linear diffusion of fast particles on whistlers (which deforms the particle velocity distribution function) is taken into account.
Journal: Solar System Research - SOLAR SYST RES , vol. 42, no. 5, pp. 434-447, 2008
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