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The propagation of transverse electromagnetic waves in a tenuous

governed by equation (7.76) of Section 7.7, with <rplasmtt (7.90) inserted for

where t = 477/70c2 (? 92) m is called the

number ...

The propagation of transverse electromagnetic waves in a tenuous

**plasma**isgoverned by equation (7.76) of Section 7.7, with <rplasmtt (7.90) inserted for

where t = 477/70c2 (? 92) m is called the

**plasma**frequency. Since the wavenumber ...

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R The other model has the current density confined to a very thin layer on the

surface, as is appropriate for a highly conducting fluid or

induction is given by (10.39) for r > R, but vanishes inside the cylinder. Then the ...

R The other model has the current density confined to a very thin layer on the

surface, as is appropriate for a highly conducting fluid or

**plasma**. The magneticinduction is given by (10.39) for r > R, but vanishes inside the cylinder. Then the ...

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It is clear qualitatively that it must be possible, by a combination of trapped axial

field and conducting walls, to create a stable configuration, at least in the

approximation of a highly conducting

analysis* ...

It is clear qualitatively that it must be possible, by a combination of trapped axial

field and conducting walls, to create a stable configuration, at least in the

approximation of a highly conducting

**plasma**with a sharp boundary. Detailedanalysis* ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Scalar potential | 7 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

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