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

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Equations (9)–(14) are closed equations for 0, V, p, and B. These are given

be eliminated with no trouble. (12) is a side condition; that is always satisfied if it

is ...

Equations (9)–(14) are closed equations for 0, V, p, and B. These are given

**respectively**by (9), (10), (11) and (13), J is given as a definition by (14) and couldbe eliminated with no trouble. (12) is a side condition; that is always satisfied if it

is ...

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[(16), means the perpendicular part of (16), the parallel part is actually (24)] (11)

is an equation for F", (15) for B, (16), for E, and (24) for E, . In (11), o, n, and e

occur. These are defined by (3), B||B and eE,

which is ...

[(16), means the perpendicular part of (16), the parallel part is actually (24)] (11)

is an equation for F", (15) for B, (16), for E, and (24) for E, . In (11), o, n, and e

occur. These are defined by (3), B||B and eE,

**respectively**. In (16), , j, occurswhich is ...

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... and w(t) in the two regions; both functions, however, are defined and can be

computed over the complete domains x < a. o. B and 0 < x < co,

a given e, the approximation is the better, the farther or the nearer y A y A 30- 30

e ...

... and w(t) in the two regions; both functions, however, are defined and can be

computed over the complete domains x < a. o. B and 0 < x < co,

**respectively**. Fora given e, the approximation is the better, the farther or the nearer y A y A 30- 30

e ...

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### Contents

LEZIONI | 1 |

carrier mass | 159 |

hydrodynamique au voisinage dun axe magnétique | 214 |

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