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A NEW ITERATIVE TECHNIQUE IN THE NONLINEAR THEORY OF MICROWAVE PLASMA CONDUCTIVITY
OHIO STATE UNIV RESEARCH FOUNDATION COLUMBUS ANTENNA LAB
A new iterative method is outlined for obtaining solutions of the Boltzmanns equation encountered in the nonlinear theory of microwave plasma conductivity. The systematic nature of this technique provides the capacity of handling an arbitrary number of driving terms. The procedures will be first illustrated by the thirdharmonic generation and then applied to the mutual interaction of two moderately strong signals at different frequencies. Explicit expressions are given for the various frequency components of the modified electron distribution function. Author
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