By Setsuo Ichimaru

ISBN-10: 0201554909

ISBN-13: 9780201554908

*Statistical Plasma Physics, quantity II,*will deal with matters within the box of condensed plasma physics, with functions to condensed topic physics, atomic physics, nuclear physics, and astrophysics.

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51) with γ := 1/(z − 1), which for z ≥ 2 is identical to α of Eq. 50). In Fig. 8 this analytical approximation for K is compared with computer simulation results as a function of z for fixed a. There is good qualitative agreement between theory and simulations for z > 2, which converge asymptotically to each other for large z. For z < 2 there is a reasonable qualitative agreement, though quantitative deviations, for z close to 2, while the theory does not work anymore for z → 0, a problem that is discussed in [26].

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