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Electrical Conductivity of Partially Ionized Noble Gases
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8.The limit as defined here refers to the onset of the influence of Coulomb collisions on the anisotropic part of the electron distribution function. However, mutual electronic interaction tending toward Maxwellian becomes important for values of α very much below This point has been investigated in detail by Dreicer9 and is discussed briefly in the next subsection.
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11.The variation of ln Λ with n and is presented in tabular form on page 263 of Ref. 1 and on page 128 of L. S. Spitzer, Physics of Fully Ionized Gases (Interscience Publishers, Inc., New York, 1962).
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