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Continuum Theory of Spherical Electrostatic Probes
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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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8.Although ε is dropped from the equation, it is still retained in the transformed variables
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12.This problem is treated in reference 11. See Sect. VI of the present paper.
13.For moderate probe potentials, the sheath thickness can be shown to be of order of Debye length based on the value of charge density at the edge of the sheath.
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