## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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the density of the gas and the

. Consider first a particle of effective radius rj which is projected through a swarm

of other particles of radius rt that are moving so slowly they may be considered ...

the density of the gas and the

**velocities**and cross-sectional areas of the particles. Consider first a particle of effective radius rj which is projected through a swarm

of other particles of radius rt that are moving so slowly they may be considered ...

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E + uXB) (9.6) The integration of this equation determines the position and

the general case in which E and B are functions of the spatial coordinates the

solution ...

E + uXB) (9.6) The integration of this equation determines the position and

**velocity**of the particle at any time if the initial position and**velocity**are known. Inthe general case in which E and B are functions of the spatial coordinates the

solution ...

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Though the wave is not damped, the

presence of the ions. Inserting Eq. (16.17) in Eq. (16.16) and taking k as unity, the

index of refraction is seen to be n = 2 = (i- Ne* y (16.18) The second term in the ...

Though the wave is not damped, the

**velocity**of propagation is altered by thepresence of the ions. Inserting Eq. (16.17) in Eq. (16.16) and taking k as unity, the

index of refraction is seen to be n = 2 = (i- Ne* y (16.18) The second term in the ...

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