# Orbit-averaged guiding-center Fokkerâ€“Planck operator

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For slab geometry the perturbation of the electrostatic wake of a superthermal test electron in a magnetized plasma (Ï‰ce > Ï‰pe) due to moderate magnetic shear is determined. Allowing for the spherical symmetry of the surfaces of constant phase to the rear of the test electron, the...