## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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There are certain special cases, of which helium in its normal state is an example

, in which the effects of the circulation of electrons exactly neutralize one another

leaving the atom as a whole without any net

There are certain special cases, of which helium in its normal state is an example

, in which the effects of the circulation of electrons exactly neutralize one another

leaving the atom as a whole without any net

**angular**momentum or magnetic ...Page 412

V'»« (12.17) This is a vector half again as great as that of the preceding case,

rotating in the same sense with the same

property of a rotating magnetic field is that a piece of metal placed within it

experiences a ...

V'»« (12.17) This is a vector half again as great as that of the preceding case,

rotating in the same sense with the same

**angular**velocity. The interestingproperty of a rotating magnetic field is that a piece of metal placed within it

experiences a ...

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connected to one of a pair of similarly situated smaller loops within which a third

coil is free to rotate about the common diameter. Explain how the direction of

incidence of the wave can be determined from the

coil ...

connected to one of a pair of similarly situated smaller loops within which a third

coil is free to rotate about the common diameter. Explain how the direction of

incidence of the wave can be determined from the

**angular**setting of the rotatingcoil ...

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