Electron Transport in a Spherically Symmetric Plasma
The previous paper has outlined the phenomena involved in laser-induced fusion and has indicated that the numerical models used for hydrodynamic simulation must incorporate a rather complete treatment of electron-transport, not restricted to the diffusion approximation, before final resolution of coronal physics mechanisms can be made.
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