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The spectrum is discrete-beginning with a few frequencies with frequent splitting of single peaks into two or more peaks. They appear to be electrostatic waves excited by the diamagnetic current within the shock. Proton thermalization is found always to occur after a region of strong " turbulence " as defined by strong excitation of the electrostatic fluctuation spectrum. Typical of collisionless shock experiments is the observation by Keilhacker et al. (92) that the effective electron collision frequency to explain the electron heating rate was about a hundred times the coulomb collision frequency.

Develop the necessary modifications of the small amplitude Baranger-Mozer theory to allow application to their experiments, in which the field amplitude is not small. The measurements of the satellite strength give a fluctuating electric field amplitude of 7 kV/cm which would give an effective electron collision frequency of one fourth the ion plasma frequency, essentially in agreement with Daughney, Holmes, and Paul (94). 2 a ) , and of correcting the measured frequency for the expected Doppler shift.

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