## Advanced Plasma Theory, Volume 25 |

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Page 97

More important we consider the plasma under the actual experimental conditions

, that means the qualities of the circuit and the

electrodes and the container walls enter our calculations. In other words:

whereas the ...

More important we consider the plasma under the actual experimental conditions

, that means the qualities of the circuit and the

**boundary conditions**of theelectrodes and the container walls enter our calculations. In other words:

whereas the ...

Page 235

(1) shows the appearance of two boundary layers, corresponding to the two

having chosen the left

(1) shows the appearance of two boundary layers, corresponding to the two

**boundary conditions**(e.g. y( - l) = y(l) = l). In our example one of them is absent,having chosen the left

**boundary condition**to fit the fundamental solution y0=0.Page 236

The theorem says then that a solution x(t, e) of (7) for fixed initial conditions

converges uniformly for e->0 to a solution of ... to « good »

but the physicist is, of course, interested in situations where the boundary layer

does ...

The theorem says then that a solution x(t, e) of (7) for fixed initial conditions

converges uniformly for e->0 to a solution of ... to « good »

**boundary conditions**;but the physicist is, of course, interested in situations where the boundary layer

does ...

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