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

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Finally, the

flux in the discharge. We have (4.9) * mr. --V, nurs – . nX. v. - X| (r” – po)f,(c,)f(r) 0,(

c,) - c, dor, dor dos). i (8) In the general case the scattering function 0, must be ...

Finally, the

**substitution**of V = mv in eq. (4.1) yields the law governing the energyflux in the discharge. We have (4.9) * mr. --V, nurs – . nX. v. - X| (r” – po)f,(c,)f(r) 0,(

c,) - c, dor, dor dos). i (8) In the general case the scattering function 0, must be ...

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The

transforms (8) into the simpler equation d? wo du: (15) d: T F1(x, w, 0) do ' This is

the boundary layer equation, to be solved with the boundary conditions (16) w(0)

...

The

**substitution**(14) makes e disappear as a coefficient of y" and, in the limit,transforms (8) into the simpler equation d? wo du: (15) d: T F1(x, w, 0) do ' This is

the boundary layer equation, to be solved with the boundary conditions (16) w(0)

...

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

a first-order differential equation for the dependence of the multiplier on t.

Returning once again to the

exp [in ...

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

a first-order differential equation for the dependence of the multiplier on t.

Returning once again to the

**substitution**of (2) into (1), from the terms involvingexp [in ...

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### Contents

LEZIONI | 1 |

carrier mass | 159 |

hydrodynamique au voisinage dun axe magnétique | 214 |

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