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ELECTRON BEAMS FOR QUASILINEAR AND NONLINEAR BEAM‐PLASMA EXPERIMENTS
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9.This number depends on the beam velocity distribution. For a Maxwellian beam it is 1.47 and for Lorentzian beam the transition is
10.We have defined the beam drift velocity as and the velocity spread as in these calculations, where is the root mean square of the beam velocity distribution.
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