## Advanced Plasma Theory, Volume 25 |

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The dielectric

induced in a plasma by the presence of charge, q, and as a preliminary, we may

ask what charge is induced in a magnetized plasma by a potential q:. This can be

...

The dielectric

**coefficient**of a magnetized plasma. We will require the fieldinduced in a plasma by the presence of charge, q, and as a preliminary, we may

ask what charge is induced in a magnetized plasma by a potential q:. This can be

...

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D Diffusion

Saturation current per unit area. / Saturation current. j Current per unit area. /

Current. k Boltzmann constant. k Direction vector. L Energy loss of the electrode.

m Mass ...

D Diffusion

**coefficient**. e Elementary charge. E Energy. h Plank's constant. iSaturation current per unit area. / Saturation current. j Current per unit area. /

Current. k Boltzmann constant. k Direction vector. L Energy loss of the electrode.

m Mass ...

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Consequently the electrons leave the discharge at a higher rate approaching the

density must surpass the electron density. The concept of quasi-neutrality fails ...

Consequently the electrons leave the discharge at a higher rate approaching the

**coefficient**Bt. To have equal ion and electron currents flowing to the wall the iondensity must surpass the electron density. The concept of quasi-neutrality fails ...

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