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Quotation marks are placed on " conductivity ” because there is no resistive loss

of energy if the current and electric field are out of phase . The propagation of

transverse electromagnetic waves in a tenuous

7 .

Quotation marks are placed on " conductivity ” because there is no resistive loss

of energy if the current and electric field are out of phase . The propagation of

transverse electromagnetic waves in a tenuous

**plasma**is governed by equation (7 .

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REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READING The subject of

magnetohydrodynamics and

Many of the available books are collections of papers presented at conferences

and symposia.

REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READING The subject of

magnetohydrodynamics and

**plasma**physics has a rapidly growing literature.Many of the available books are collections of papers presented at conferences

and symposia.

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5 Energy Loss in an Electronic

particle passing through a

density effect for a relativistic particle . As was discussed in Section 10 . 10 , the

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5 Energy Loss in an Electronic

**Plasma**The loss of energy by a nonrelativisticparticle passing through a

**plasma**can be treated in a manner similar to thedensity effect for a relativistic particle . As was discussed in Section 10 . 10 , the

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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