## Advanced Plasma Theory, Volume 25 |

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Electrons can be freed from the metal thermally (T-emission), by an external

electric field (.F-emission), by the combined

by the y

excited ...

Electrons can be freed from the metal thermally (T-emission), by an external

electric field (.F-emission), by the combined

**effect**of the above (T-jF-emission),by the y

**effect**of single or multiply charged ions (y+-emission), by the y**effect**ofexcited ...

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We shall show that one

which resembles the dispersion relation for a warm plasma [5] (1.3) w- = n>l + a<

«,l2> A-- . We shall also show that another

We shall show that one

**effect**is to modify the dispersion relation (1.1) into a formwhich resembles the dispersion relation for a warm plasma [5] (1.3) w- = n>l + a<

«,l2> A-- . We shall also show that another

**effect**of this wave interaction is to ...Page 203

We have at this stage introduced for present convenience the parameter <S

which will separate terms and

dependence upon amplitude. We may confirm this by noting that, if w is initially

absent from ...

We have at this stage introduced for present convenience the parameter <S

which will separate terms and

**effects**according to the powers of theirdependence upon amplitude. We may confirm this by noting that, if w is initially

absent from ...

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