Energy Constants Associated with the Nonlinear Theory of Electromagnetic Instabilities
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11.The subscript ⊥ on the constant denotes the fact that the particle energy perpendicular to the plane of spatial variations occurs in Eq. (6).
12.In deriving Eq. (7) we have made use of the identity and absorbed the constant in
13.The derivation of Eqs. (18) and (19) from quasilinear theory is straightforward in circumstances where and spatial variations are one‐dimensional. In the case where and spatial variations are two‐dimensional we assume that and are isotropic in their v and k dependence in the x–y plane.
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