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C/nva/3 = 2 ajTjivafí; n/dvaP = 2 c jT\¡voil + 2 qjA]jvaP; j = j=1 j=1

In this case and T^ap are determined by Eq. 2.11.29 and Eq. 2.11.28, and the factors aj, Cj, pj, gj are determined by:

= 1/3, a2 =-3^2, a3 = a4 = 0, a5 =-3o"5, a6 =-3ag, a7 =-

a8 =-a9 =-3ct9; C1 = rll (rL +A2 c2 =-3c1, c3 =-(AV ri? K'

>8, h^J^, C'1 = rH(r c4 = 0 c5 = -3c3. c6 = 0 c7 = -(A/rL )c1, c8 = c9 = 0; 41 = -(A/rL )c1, q2 = 43 = 3c3, q4 =-c7, 45 = P1 = 11- A /r,

P3 = (aVrL2 J? + (AVrL2 K, P4 = 0, P5 = -P3, P6 = 0, P7 = 6(A/rL )2, P8 =P9 = 0; g1 =-2 (A/rL )c12, g2 = 0 g3 =P3, g 4 = -P7> g5 = 0

Consider first the case of a weak regular magnetic field when a particle's Larmor radius rL is much large compared to the transport length A of a particle free path, i.e. A/rL <<1. In this case the expression for fv is considerably simplified:

fV V

v drV drV J

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