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John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. This shows that, apart from an

overall phase factor, the pulse travels along undistorted in shape with a

called the group

with ...

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. This shows that, apart from an

overall phase factor, the pulse travels along undistorted in shape with a

**velocity**,called the group

**velocity**: v, = % (7.32) dk o If an energy density is associatedwith ...

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where we have introduced a vectorial Alfven

a longitudinal magnetosonic wave with a phase

) Note that this wave propagates with a

where we have introduced a vectorial Alfven

**velocity**: ... Then the solution for vx isa longitudinal magnetosonic wave with a phase

**velocity**: "iong = Vj» + VA* (10.73) Note that this wave propagates with a

**velocity**which depends on the sum of ...Page 340

For wave numbers k < kD, the phase and group velocities of the longitudinal

plasma oscillations are : f0^ (10.107) From the definition of kD we see that for

such wave numbers the phase

For wave numbers k < kD, the phase and group velocities of the longitudinal

plasma oscillations are : f0^ (10.107) From the definition of kD we see that for

such wave numbers the phase

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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