## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Also, the beam is capable of motion in two dimensions and one of these

may be used as a time

and E. are all variable if desired and deflections can also be produced by

external ...

Also, the beam is capable of motion in two dimensions and one of these

**axes**may be used as a time

**axis**. The instrument can be used in various ways. V, Ev,and E. are all variable if desired and deflections can also be produced by

external ...

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Show that the field inside a toriod of n turns carrying a current t is the same as

that which would be produced by a current ni flowing along the

of the toroid. 12. Show that the magnetic induction in webers per square meter at

...

Show that the field inside a toriod of n turns carrying a current t is the same as

that which would be produced by a current ni flowing along the

**axis**of symmetryof the toroid. 12. Show that the magnetic induction in webers per square meter at

...

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This implies a large power transfer from the electrical circuit and a minimum of

frequency selectivity. The other group of electromechanical elements for

generating particular frequencies or for M. ' '.'. X Cut Y Cut Z Optic

This implies a large power transfer from the electrical circuit and a minimum of

frequency selectivity. The other group of electromechanical elements for

generating particular frequencies or for M. ' '.'. X Cut Y Cut Z Optic

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