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Ambipolar diffusion

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Ambipolar diffusion

(Science: radiobiology) diffusion process in which buildup of spatial charge creates electric fields which cause electrons and ions to leave the plasma at the same rate. (Such electric fields are self-generated by the plasma and act to preserve charge neutrality.)