**Topic/Type**:
1.3 High intensity Laser Plasma Interaction, Poster

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Physics of the laser produced ''Magnetoms''

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Vladimir A. Skvortsov
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Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology (State University), 141700, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, Institutsky lane,9, Russia*

The soliton-like solutions for quasi-static magnetic and electric fields had been obtained in numerical solution of Maxwell equations in matter (under an intense laser radiation influence when a thermo-magnetic instability takes place [1]). What physical objects correspond to such solutions in reality? Such objects are very similar to quasi atoms with high number of electrons and ions "magnetoms" [1] with freezing super strong magnetic fields. In the vicinity of such systems (in micron or sub microns regions) as in atoms, there are a very high pressures, electric and magnetic fields, an effective ion temperatures (in keV or MeV ranges in dependence from total energy input). Under these conditions a very high internal energy concentration takes place. Most probably some of hot "magnetoms" can be transformed into miniature black-holes [2], and then, an exotic quasi particles can be generated due to quantum evaporation of such systems [3]. It is known [4] that Maxwell equations in matter involve the same closed symmetry as well as Dirac equation. So a bipolar quasi particles can be exists as analog of observed magnetic bisolitons.

[1] Skvortsov V.A. Physics of matter under high energy densities. M.: MIPT.2007, - 200 pages

[2] Skvortsov V.A., Vogel N.I. Proc. 31st EPS Conference on Plasma Phys. London, 28 June - 2 July 2004 ECA Vol.28G, P-4.029 (2004)

[3] Skvortsov V.A., Vogel N.I. In book: Particle Physics in Laboratory, Space and Universe. Ed. by A.I. Studenikin. World Scientific. Singapore. 2005, pp.373-382.

[4] Fushchich V.I., Nikitin A.G. Symmetry of Maxwell equations. Kiev. Nauk. dumka. 1983.