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

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Thus Maxwell's equations to minus first

qdwdq = 0. It is easily shown from (11) that the time derivative of (22) is

) is satisfied. (This is just (60-16t)+V-J-1 = 0.) Similarly the time derivative of (23) ...

Thus Maxwell's equations to minus first

**order**give (22) X's " dw da = 0, (23) X es "qdwdq = 0. It is easily shown from (11) that the time derivative of (22) is

**zero**if (23) is satisfied. (This is just (60-16t)+V-J-1 = 0.) Similarly the time derivative of (23) ...

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6E/6t is given by (16) to

16) to find ČEsőt (strictly speaking (16) is three equations). The component

parallel to n is minus first order, which we used to find E, . The part perpendicular

to n ...

6E/6t is given by (16) to

**zeroth order**. Hence we must proceed to**zeroth order**in (16) to find ČEsőt (strictly speaking (16) is three equations). The component

parallel to n is minus first order, which we used to find E, . The part perpendicular

to n ...

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Since we consider a three-component plasma in a longitudinal magnetic field the

stationary

o = 0 due to the assumption of weak ionization. If the index (0) designates the ...

Since we consider a three-component plasma in a longitudinal magnetic field the

stationary

**zero**-**order**solution is already given in the preceding chapter if we useo = 0 due to the assumption of weak ionization. If the index (0) designates the ...

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### Contents

LEZIONI | 1 |

carrier mass | 159 |

hydrodynamique au voisinage dun axe magnétique | 214 |

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