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Is Magnetic Moment Variant or Invariant in a Plasma?

Authors: Leonard Freeman

For many years one of the basic tenets of plasma physics has been the invariance, or constancy, of the magnetic moment of a charged particle in a magnetic field that varies slowly in time or space. However it is proposed here that this is invalid. It is shown that there are contradictions within the conventional theory, and that this is due to a missing term in the derivation

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[v1] 21 Jan 2010
[v2] 2012-11-25 09:39:35

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