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A note on "Effects of relatively strong fields on the propagation of EM waves through a hypersonically produced plasma"

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Fiskin, J. ; Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc., Long Beach, CA, USA ; Sisco, W.

It is noted that the comments of Anderson (ibid, this issue, pp. 337-338, May 1960) regarding the typographical errors of B2 and π, and the definition of ν, an effective collision frequency, for insertion into the classical equations are correct. The deviation in our simplified conductivity based on a mean velocity fo is, however, essentially 0.18 and not 0.82.

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Antennas and Propagation, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 3 )