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Strong electrostatic restoring forces are set up by this charge separation.

called plasma

Strong electrostatic restoring forces are set up by this charge separation.

**Oscillations**occur in the charge density. These high-frequency**oscillations**arecalled plasma

**oscillations**and are to be distinguished from lower-frequency**oscillations**...Page 339

But in the presence of an external magnetic induction, for example, the force

equation has an added term involving the magnetic field and the

coupled (see Problem 10.7). 10.10 Short- Wavelength Limit for Plasma

But in the presence of an external magnetic induction, for example, the force

equation has an added term involving the magnetic field and the

**oscillations**arecoupled (see Problem 10.7). 10.10 Short- Wavelength Limit for Plasma

**Oscillations**...Page 341

For wave numbers larger than the Debye wave number the damping is so great

that it is meaningless to speak of organized

consideration leads to the same limiting Debye wave number as the boundary of

...

For wave numbers larger than the Debye wave number the damping is so great

that it is meaningless to speak of organized

**oscillations**. Another, rather differentconsideration leads to the same limiting Debye wave number as the boundary of

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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