The Einstein Observatory survey of stellar coronae (Vaiana et al. 1981) and, specifically, the results on cool, low luminosity stars has suggested a correlation between stellar X-ray luminosity and stellar rotational velocity (Pallavicini et al. 1982, Walter 1981, Vaiana et al. 1981). In addition the Skylab observations of the solar corona have demonstrated a tight correlation between photospheric surface magnetic structures, which emerge from the interior in the form of “loops” above the photosphere by, viz., buoyancy instabilities, (Parker 1979; see also Acheson 1979, Schmitt & Rosner 1982, and references therein), and coronal X-ray emission (Golub et al. 1980). It therefore becomes important to ask how a coronal state (i.e. low density and high temperature plasma) of a stellar atmosphere is formed , presumably from a pure radiative equilibrium configuration.