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A magnetosonic shock wave propagating obliquely to an external magnetic field can trap and accelerate electrons to ultrarelativistic energies. These electrons can excite electromagnetic fluctuations along the shock front. The effects of the electromagnetic fluctuations on electron motion are investigated by two-dimensional electromagnetic particle simulations and test particle calculations in which equation of motion of electrons in the electromagnetic fields averaged along the shock front isdoi:10.1585/pfr.8.2401031 fatcat:gruehnc4xjd3xi6aqad2naoguy