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

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F" can no longer be taken arbitrarily as a function of t, r, w, q as one would

conclude from the zeroth order equation, but must be taken to solve ... These

equations suggest an alternative way to obtain the Boltzmann equation to

F" can no longer be taken arbitrarily as a function of t, r, w, q as one would

conclude from the zeroth order equation, but must be taken to solve ... These

equations suggest an alternative way to obtain the Boltzmann equation to

**lowest****order**.Page 78

Hence we must proceed to zeroth order in (16) to find ČEsőt (strictly speaking (16

) is three equations). ... These equations which form the system include all of the

Boltzmann and Maxwell equations each to their

Hence we must proceed to zeroth order in (16) to find ČEsőt (strictly speaking (16

) is three equations). ... These equations which form the system include all of the

Boltzmann and Maxwell equations each to their

**lowest order**. (16), and (16), are ...Page 263

Carrying out the derivation of (6) to the next order gives (13) F = R, VE -- R, X B --

R, X (R, WB) – & R, -2C R, + O(e). This together with (12) gives to

first-order differential equation for R, . Since R, has already been determined up ...

Carrying out the derivation of (6) to the next order gives (13) F = R, VE -- R, X B --

R, X (R, WB) – & R, -2C R, + O(e). This together with (12) gives to

**lowest order**afirst-order differential equation for R, . Since R, has already been determined up ...

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### Contents

LEZIONI | 1 |

carrier mass | 159 |

hydrodynamique au voisinage dun axe magnétique | 214 |

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