Typical values for normal pulsars (magnetic field strength 107–109 T) used as fiducial examples in this paper.
|Magnetic field strength|||Be|||108 T||See Manchester et al. (2005) for a detailed list|
|of individual pulsars|
|Rotation angular frequency||Ω||2π s−1|
|Neutron star mass||M||1.4 M⊙|
|Neutron star radius||R*||1.2 × 104 m|
|Goldreich Julian density||nGJ||1017 m−3||Goldreich & Julian (1969). This is the plasma density|
|if fully charge-separated|
|Plasma density in bulk||n||1019 m−3||n = (101–103)nGJ by Hibschman & Arons (2001)|
|and Arendt & Eilek (2002)|
|Temperature||T||8 × 106 K||From persistent X-ray emissions|
|of polar cap regions (Kuiper et al. 2002)|
|Average CS electron Lorentz factor||1000||Numerical simulation by Cerutti et al. (2015)|
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