## Advanced Plasma Theory, Volume 25 |

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BEjdt is given by (16) to

16) to find SE/Bt (strictly speaking (16) is three equations). The component

parallel to n is minus first order, which we used to find E, . The part perpendicular

to n ...

BEjdt is given by (16) to

**zeroth order**. Hence we must proceed to**zeroth order**in (16) to find SE/Bt (strictly speaking (16) is three equations). The component

parallel to n is minus first order, which we used to find E, . The part perpendicular

to n ...

Page 163

Expanding about this solution in powers of 8~\ one finds that when lm(p)^=0

either Re(p) = 0(l) (so that the growth rate is insignificant); or else the

current layer must have sharp resistivity gradients, which become increasingly so

as ...

Expanding about this solution in powers of 8~\ one finds that when lm(p)^=0

either Re(p) = 0(l) (so that the growth rate is insignificant); or else the

**zero**-**order**current layer must have sharp resistivity gradients, which become increasingly so

as ...

Page 206

Since there is no

theory. We consider a canonical transformation of the system to new variables Pr,

Qr and a new Hamiltonian H(Pr, Qr, t). We consider the transformation or ...

Since there is no

**zero**-**order**term, pr, qr are constants of the motion in**zero**-**order**theory. We consider a canonical transformation of the system to new variables Pr,

Qr and a new Hamiltonian H(Pr, Qr, t). We consider the transformation or ...

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