## Classical Electrodynamics |

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These high-frequency

distinguished from lower-frequency

but no charge separation. These low-frequency

These high-frequency

**oscillations**are called plasma**oscillations**and are to bedistinguished from lower-frequency

**oscillations**which involve motion of the fluid,but no charge separation. These low-frequency

**oscillations**are called ...Page 339

In the absence of external fields the electrostatic

electromagnetic

external magnetic induction, for example, the force equation has an added term ...

In the absence of external fields the electrostatic

**oscillations**and the transverseelectromagnetic

**oscillations**are not coupled together. But in the presence of anexternal magnetic induction, for example, the force equation has an added term ...

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The Landau formula (10.108) shows that for k < ko the longitudinal plasma

as k - kn (even for k = 0.5kp, Im a c. –op/6). For wave numbers larger than the

Debye ...

The Landau formula (10.108) shows that for k < ko the longitudinal plasma

**oscillations**are virtually undamped. But the damping becomes important as soonas k - kn (even for k = 0.5kp, Im a c. –op/6). For wave numbers larger than the

Debye ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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