Definition: Radius
Noun Definition
Radius Vector $\overline{\rho} \equiv \left( \rho_{ m}, \rho_{e}, \rho_{ z} \right)$ 5-4

Logical Antecedents

Noun Definition
Magnetic Radius $\begin{align} \rho_{ m} \equiv \frac{ {\Delta}n^{ \mathsf{A}} U^{ \mathsf{a}} - {\Delta}n^{ \mathsf{M}} U^{ \mathsf{m}} }{ k_{\sf{F}} } \end{align}$ 5-1
Noun Definition
Electric Radius $\begin{align} \rho_{e} \equiv \frac{ {\Delta}n^{ \mathsf{G}} U^{ \mathsf{g}} - {\Delta}n^{ \mathsf{E}} U^{ \mathsf{e}} }{ k_{\sf{F}} } \end{align}$ 5-2
Noun Definition
Polar Radius $\begin{align} \rho_{z} \equiv \frac{ {\Delta}n^{ \mathsf{U}} U^{ \mathsf{u}} - {\Delta}n^{ \mathsf{D}} U^{ \mathsf{d}} }{ k_{\sf{F}} } \end{align}$ 5-3

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