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Then the collective

left a few rapidly moving charged particles interacting via Coulomb collisions. A

plasma is, by definition, an ionized gas in which the length which divides the ...

Then the collective

**behavior**implicit in a fluid model is gone completely. We haveleft a few rapidly moving charged particles interacting via Coulomb collisions. A

plasma is, by definition, an ionized gas in which the length which divides the ...

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10.3 Magnetic Diffusion, Viscosity, and Pressure The

presence of electromagnetic fields is governed to a large extent by the ... We will

see that, depending on the conductivity, quite different

occur.

10.3 Magnetic Diffusion, Viscosity, and Pressure The

**behavior**of a fluid in thepresence of electromagnetic fields is governed to a large extent by the ... We will

see that, depending on the conductivity, quite different

**behaviors**of the fieldsoccur.

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The simplified models indicate that in a time of the order of Rosvo the radius of

the plasma column goes to zero. It is clear, however, that before that will occur (

even approximately) the

...

The simplified models indicate that in a time of the order of Rosvo the radius of

the plasma column goes to zero. It is clear, however, that before that will occur (

even approximately) the

**behavior**will be modified. In the hydrodynamic limit, the...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Nº 3 | 3 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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