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After an introductory bankruptcy enthusiastic about the heritage of force-free magnetic fields, and the relation of such fields to hydrodynamics and astrophysics, the publication examines the bounds imposed by way of the virial theorem for finite force-free configurations. a number of innovations are then used to discover strategies to the sphere equations.
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