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6.For an absorbing surface, the values of and on the probe surface are of order of mean free path (between charged and neutral particles) divided by a characteristic length. For the latter, a factor of is needed. Within the continuum formulation they are taken to be zero.
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12.This problem is treated in reference 11. See Sect. VI of the present paper.
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