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Comments on “Relaxation Processes in Plasmas with Magnetic Field. Temperature Relaxations”
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4.This is easily proven by tentatively excluding a small interval of the thermal average over electron velocities in the autocorrelation function. If one does so, e.g., in the formalism of Ref. 1, on taking the limit the factor is essentially replaced by ( being the thermal velocity of the electrons), and the divergency for disappears.
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6.Although the corresponding logarithmic expression in Ref. 3 shows the same dependence on the plasma parameters as Eq. (2) of this note, it is too small by a factor of 3. It can be seen from a detailed analysis that this is due to the neglect of “back diffusion” of an electron which has already left the interaction sphere. This phenomenon is, of course, taken into account by the Fokker‐Planck formalism leading to the result (2).
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