## Advanced Plasma Theory, Volume 25 |

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Page 192

2|, |*J, we find that the dominant contribution to (4.8) may be written as (4-2l) c * h

lXk< \^TkT\ [3(hi + ki)* (*2 'ktV+ {klk* ~ (*2 . kt)i} k'*] ' where k[ is that part of kL

which is normal to the

of ...

2|, |*J, we find that the dominant contribution to (4.8) may be written as (4-2l) c * h

lXk< \^TkT\ [3(hi + ki)* (*2 'ktV+ {klk* ~ (*2 . kt)i} k'*] ' where k[ is that part of kL

which is normal to the

**vector**fc, + At4. We shall not here attempt exact evaluationof ...

Page 193

The disturbance of the plasma may be characterized by the displacement

gr(x, t), and the electromagnetic field may be described by the magnetic

potential Ar(x, t). In linear theory the general solution may be expanded as plane

...

The disturbance of the plasma may be characterized by the displacement

**vector**gr(x, t), and the electromagnetic field may be described by the magnetic

**vector**potential Ar(x, t). In linear theory the general solution may be expanded as plane

...

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Such a theory is based on the fundamental theorem by Poincare concerning

ordinary differential equations containing a small parameter e analytically;

whereby it is meant that, having reduced the differential equations to first order for

a

Such a theory is based on the fundamental theorem by Poincare concerning

ordinary differential equations containing a small parameter e analytically;

whereby it is meant that, having reduced the differential equations to first order for

a

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