## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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On this scale the magnitude of the negative grid bias, E'e, is given by K = Ec - E°

= Ee - — (15.5) MP And on this scale the magnitude of the sinusoidal grid

potential is the applied excitation, Eg, plus the fluctuating

poten- ...

On this scale the magnitude of the negative grid bias, E'e, is given by K = Ec - E°

= Ee - — (15.5) MP And on this scale the magnitude of the sinusoidal grid

potential is the applied excitation, Eg, plus the fluctuating

**component**of the platepoten- ...

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direction, i.e., Ex = f(t - 0, and assuming that the y

function g(t - ?\ the equation becomes i—r where the primes indicate

differentiation with respect to the argument yt - *\ Neglecting any constant fields,

which ...

direction, i.e., Ex = f(t - 0, and assuming that the y

**component**of H is given by thefunction g(t - ?\ the equation becomes i—r where the primes indicate

differentiation with respect to the argument yt - *\ Neglecting any constant fields,

which ...

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The electric and magnetic conditions at the boundary are that the tangential

no y

The electric and magnetic conditions at the boundary are that the tangential

**components**of E and H shall be ... A further consequence is that since n containsno y

**component**, this**component**must vanish for n' and n", or <tt>' = <tt>" = 0.### What people are saying - Write a review

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