## Advanced Plasma Theory, Volume 25 |

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V Electric potential. v Average mass

enhancement factor. y Coefficient of particle liberation. d Dirac function. <f Work

function. /< Mobility. 0} Supply function. 77 Current of energy. Section 4: B, c0, D,

e, h, k, k, m, ...

V Electric potential. v Average mass

**velocity**. X Electric field. /? Fieldenhancement factor. y Coefficient of particle liberation. d Dirac function. <f Work

function. /< Mobility. 0} Supply function. 77 Current of energy. Section 4: B, c0, D,

e, h, k, k, m, ...

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15 a) and b) show the retrograde

pressure for different values of the current. A number of parameters which are not

adequately known from experiments are included in the theoretical description.

15 a) and b) show the retrograde

**velocity**as a function of the magnetic field andpressure for different values of the current. A number of parameters which are not

adequately known from experiments are included in the theoretical description.

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In a recent experiment, d'Angelo and coworkers have observed oscillations near

the ion cyclotron frequency in a tepid Cs plasma when the electron drift

parallel to the magnetic field exceeds about three times the ion thermal

In a recent experiment, d'Angelo and coworkers have observed oscillations near

the ion cyclotron frequency in a tepid Cs plasma when the electron drift

**velocity**parallel to the magnetic field exceeds about three times the ion thermal

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