## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 25N. Zanichelli, 1953 - Nuclear physics |

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Marwell's equations: (38) V-B = 0, (39) V × B = J, (40) *- V × (0 × B), (41) Xe Foda

du = 0, (42) Xosrowaw-0. Ohm's law: ... For instance, (48) Q = xnsor, originally,

but this definition can be replaced by a

Marwell's equations: (38) V-B = 0, (39) V × B = J, (40) *- V × (0 × B), (41) Xe Foda

du = 0, (42) Xosrowaw-0. Ohm's law: ... For instance, (48) Q = xnsor, originally,

but this definition can be replaced by a

**differential equation**(31). (48) is now a ...Page 236

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

ordinary

whereby it is meant that, having reduced the

a vector ...

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

ordinary

**differential equations**containing a small parameter e analytically;whereby it is meant that, having reduced the

**differential equations**to first order fora vector ...

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This together with (12) gives to lowest order a first-order

R, . Since R, has already been determined up to a complex multiplier, this

amounts to a first-order

on t.

This together with (12) gives to lowest order a first-order

**differential equation**forR, . Since R, has already been determined up to a complex multiplier, this

amounts to a first-order

**differential equation**for the dependence of the multiplieron t.

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### Contents

LEZIONI | 1 |

carrier mass | 159 |

hydrodynamique au voisinage dun axe magnétique | 214 |

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