## Advanced Plasma Theory, Volume 25 |

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M. N. Rosenbluth. and the general equation of transport for / becomes or (1.1.10,

g + ..g + i|i.g + Z(/)-0. ... At present we will concentrate on the second problem,

that of solving

M. N. Rosenbluth. and the general equation of transport for / becomes or (1.1.10,

g + ..g + i|i.g + Z(/)-0. ... At present we will concentrate on the second problem,

that of solving

**Boltzmann's equation**and determining the transport coefficients. 2.Page 55

but the difficulty of solving this equation is reduced by the assumption of small

gyration radius. The equation reduces to a one-dimensional

where the one dimension comprises the position and velocity of a particle along

a ...

but the difficulty of solving this equation is reduced by the assumption of small

gyration radius. The equation reduces to a one-dimensional

**Boltzmann equation**where the one dimension comprises the position and velocity of a particle along

a ...

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The

collisions and small gyration radius. Therefore we start with the Vlasov or

collisionless

pass to ...

The

**Boltzmann equation**. - The adiabatic theory corresponds to the limit of nocollisions and small gyration radius. Therefore we start with the Vlasov or

collisionless

**Boltzmann equation**for each kind of particle, ions and electrons Wepass to ...

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adiabatic invariant amplitude approximation assumed Boltzmann equation boundary conditions boundary layer calculated cathode charge coefficient collision column components consider const constant contraction corresponds courbe current density Debye length derived differential equations diffusion discharge dispersion relation distribution function double adiabatic theory effect eigenvalue electric field electromagnetic waves electrostatic energy principle equations of motion equilibrium expand experimental finite fluid theory frequency given Hence hydromagnetic inertia-limited instability integral interaction ionized Kruskal Kulsrud l'axe magnétique lignes limit linear theory lowest order magnetic field Maxwell's equations mode negative ions nonlinear obtain Ohm's law parameter particle perturbation Phys plasma oscillations plasma physics Poisson's equation potential pressure problem produced quantities radial region satisfied saturation current self-adjointness solution solving stability surface temperature thermal tion transverse wave values vanish variables vector velocity Vlasov equation waves in plasmas zero zero-order