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Response to “Comment on ‘X-transport: A baseline nonambipolar transport in a diverted tokamak plasma edge’ ” [Phys. Plasmas 10, 1530 (2003)]
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2.The driving term Eq. (3) and in Ref. 1 assures that the viscosity agrees with the Braginskii’s viscosity,
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