Coefficients , and for Z = 1 as a function of x. The coefficients from the Landau operator are presented for various number of moments: K = 2 (red, solid), 3 (blue, dotted), 10 (green, dashed-dotted), 40 (pink, dashed-dotted-dotted), and 160 (cyan, short-dashed). The coefficients from Lorentz operator (gray, dashed with squares) and the fittings (black, solid with circles) are also shown. The numbers in the inset box of the coefficients show parallel coefficients (x = 0) for K = 2, 3, 10, 40, and 160 (from the top to the bottom) with the percentage departure from K = 160 in the parentheses. The percentage departure as a function of x is also shown at the bottom of each graph.
Coefficients for Z = 100 as a function of x. See analogous description in Fig. 1 .
Electron coefficients and for Z = 1 and their percentage departure for K = 2, 3, 10, 40, and 80 calculations. Note that , and . The numbers in the inset box of the show parallel coefficients (x = 0) for K = 2, 3, 10, 40, and 80 (from the top to the bottom) with the percentage departure from K = 80 in the parentheses. The percentage departure as a function of x is also shown at the bottom of each graph.
Transport coefficients from K = 2, 3, 10, 40, and 160 (M = K + 1) calculations. See analogous description in Fig. 1 .
Coefficient for Z = 1 and 100. See analogous description inFig. 1 .
The behavior of collision coefficients. A series with a slower decrease than 1/ k diverges.
Ion coefficients and for I = protons (Z = 1) as a function of r. The Braginskii coefficients (K = 2 with no i-e collision effect, red, solid) are compared to K = 3 calculations with no i-e collision (cyan, dashed), with i-e collision effect for (blue, dotted), 1 (pink, dashed-dotted), and 10 (green, dashed-dotted-dotted). The numbers in the parentheses in the inset of and show parallel coefficients (r = 0), and the asymptotic behaviors are also shown in the brackets, appearing in the same order as the legend.
Comparison with Balescu's transport coefficients for Z = 1 (Tables 5.4.1 and 5.4.2 in Ref. 1 ) in 29 moment approximation. The prime is used for Balescu's coefficients to distinguish from ours, and . The discrepancy is due to errors in Balescu's collision coefficient calculations.
Calculating transport coefficients from collision matrix elements. Here, is the collision matrix in Eq. (67) , which includes the 0th row and column in addition to and .
Coefficients of the rational polynomials of , and .
Coefficients for rational polynomials of .
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