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

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The analysis for the plane current layer is particularly significant in the high-

conductivity

regions: 1) a narrow central region, where finite conductivity permits relative

motions of field ...

The analysis for the plane current layer is particularly significant in the high-

conductivity

**limit**, since the problem then separates into the analysis of tworegions: 1) a narrow central region, where finite conductivity permits relative

motions of field ...

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in the

The case treated in ref. [4] corresponds to the opposite

comparison, we may make use of the low-conductivity result, derived in Appendix

B ...

in the

**limit**of large N, (which now corresponds to the**limit**of high conductivity).The case treated in ref. [4] corresponds to the opposite

**limit**, N → 0. To obtain acomparison, we may make use of the low-conductivity result, derived in Appendix

B ...

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The plasma solution is obtained by going over to the plasma variable (36) a" = w/

L and then taking the

condition (37) expsq., (a")] = |d;" z" o'G') vo.(5) – p.(to) (a"(*) = a(La"); R* = R/L is ...

The plasma solution is obtained by going over to the plasma variable (36) a" = w/

L and then taking the

**limit**L → co; which boils down to the charge neutralitycondition (37) expsq., (a")] = |d;" z" o'G') vo.(5) – p.(to) (a"(*) = a(La"); R* = R/L is ...

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### Contents

LEZIONI | 1 |

carrier mass | 159 |

hydrodynamique au voisinage dun axe magnétique | 214 |

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