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the velocity w of the lines of force (defined to be

10.9): w = '^r^ (10.14) This so-called "E x B drift" of both fluid and lines of force

can be understood in terms of individual particle orbits of the electrons and ions

in ...

the velocity w of the lines of force (defined to be

**perpendicular**to B) is given by (10.9): w = '^r^ (10.14) This so-called "E x B drift" of both fluid and lines of force

can be understood in terms of individual particle orbits of the electrons and ions

in ...

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parallel to and

comparable parallel and

component is negligible (of order 1/y2) compared to that from the

component ...

parallel to and

**perpendicular**to the velocity. But we have just seen that forcomparable parallel and

**perpendicular**forces the radiation from the parallelcomponent is negligible (of order 1/y2) compared to that from the

**perpendicular**component ...

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For simplicity we consider a small angle deflection so that A (3 is approximately

relationships. Without loss of generality n, the observation direction, is chosen in

the x-z ...

For simplicity we consider a small angle deflection so that A (3 is approximately

**perpendicular**to the incident direction. Figure 15.2 shows the vectorialrelationships. Without loss of generality n, the observation direction, is chosen in

the x-z ...

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