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Fig. 7


Example of the dispersion diagram showing a presence of the low-frequency electromagnetic wave (whistlers W). It was made from the electric field component perpendicular to the xy computational plane Ez in the time interval t = 4200−4200 + 204.8 (4096 time steps) and the spatial interval y = 250–250+512 along the axis x = 0.

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