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

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+ {{k; - (k, k,)*} k;] * where k, is that part of k, which is normal to the

We shall not here attempt exact evaluation of the sum in (4.18), but merely

estimate the magnitude of the effect. For this purpose, we note that if (ki) is the

mean ...

+ {{k; - (k, k,)*} k;] * where k, is that part of k, which is normal to the

**vector**k, H- k,.We shall not here attempt exact evaluation of the sum in (4.18), but merely

estimate the magnitude of the effect. For this purpose, we note that if (ki) is the

mean ...

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The disturbance of the plasma may be characterized by the displacement

$,0t, t), and the electromagnetic field may be described by the magnetic

potential A, (or, t). In linear theory the general solution may be expanded as

plane ...

The disturbance of the plasma may be characterized by the displacement

**vector**$,0t, t), and the electromagnetic field may be described by the magnetic

**vector**potential A, (or, t). In linear theory the general solution may be expanded as

plane ...

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where l, is the unit

k, , or is the plasma frequency and or satisfies the dispersion relation (A-6.9) o; +

of + c2k”. The summation is over all

where l, is the unit

**vector**parallel to k, , e, is the unit polarization**vector**normal tok, , or is the plasma frequency and or satisfies the dispersion relation (A-6.9) o; +

of + c2k”. The summation is over all

**vectors**k permitted by the geometry of the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

LEZIONI | 1 |

carrier mass | 159 |

hydrodynamique au voisinage dun axe magnétique | 214 |

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