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PROPERTIES OF ELECTRICAL CONDUCTORS
THE MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF CURRENTS AND MOVING
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amplifier amplitude angle angular anode anode current anode voltage applied approximately assumed atom axis band boundary calculated capacitance capacitor cathode cavity coaxial coil components conducting conductor current flow curve damping deflexion detector dielectric constant difference diode dipole direction dissipated distance effect electric field electromagnetic electrons electrostatic emission energy equal equivalent filter flux force formula frequency galvanometer given by equation gives grid Hence impedance incident increases input integral ions known length load magnetic field Mc/s mean square measured medium metal modulation molecule momentum mutual inductance negative noise normal obtained ohms oscillator output parallel particle pentode phase plane polarization positive potential Problem radiation radius ratio refractive index resistance resonance secondary shown in Fig shows signal solution space charge sphere substance surface temperature tion triode tube tuned circuit vacuum tube vector velocity voltage wave waveguide wavelength wire zero