## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Thus if the quantities on the right are known, the difference between the

susceptibilities can be

field E is of course the force per unit charge on a test charge located at the point,

but when ...

Thus if the quantities on the right are known, the difference between the

susceptibilities can be

**calculated**. 2.6. Effective Molecular Field. — The electricfield E is of course the force per unit charge on a test charge located at the point,

but when ...

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The voltage amplification per stage (V.A.)

for the general case is very involved. But in practice a considerable simplification

is possible. Consider, for example, the pentode 6-J-7. For this tube Cve = 5 X ...

The voltage amplification per stage (V.A.)

**calculated**from the above expressionsfor the general case is very involved. But in practice a considerable simplification

is possible. Consider, for example, the pentode 6-J-7. For this tube Cve = 5 X ...

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Lab can be

sending a known current through the coils in series. In one form of the instrument

6 is in the form of a long solenoid. The field is then approximately constant and ...

Lab can be

**calculated**or determined experimentally at a series of angles bysending a known current through the coils in series. In one form of the instrument

6 is in the form of a long solenoid. The field is then approximately constant and ...

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