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The propagation of transverse electromagnetic waves in a tenuous

governed by equation (7.76) of Section 7.7, with aplasma (7.90) inserted for or:* 2

2 k? ~ . ( - #) (7.91) where o, - *** (7.92) m is called the

The propagation of transverse electromagnetic waves in a tenuous

**plasma**isgoverned by equation (7.76) of Section 7.7, with aplasma (7.90) inserted for or:* 2

2 k? ~ . ( - #) (7.91) where o, - *** (7.92) m is called the

**plasma**frequency.Page 322

10.4 Variation of azimuthal magnetic induction and pressure with radius in a

cylindrical

has the current density confined to a very thin layer on the surface, as is

appropriate ...

10.4 Variation of azimuthal magnetic induction and pressure with radius in a

cylindrical

**plasma**column O R r with a uniform current density J. The other modelhas the current density confined to a very thin layer on the surface, as is

appropriate ...

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A simple model, first discussed by M. Rosenbluth, exhibits the essential

dynamical features. Suppose that a

cylinder of radius Ro and length L. A voltage difference V is applied between the

ends of the ...

A simple model, first discussed by M. Rosenbluth, exhibits the essential

dynamical features. Suppose that a

**plasma**is created in a hollow conductingcylinder of radius Ro and length L. A voltage difference V is applied between the

ends of the ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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