## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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It may be stated in words by saying that each emf. in a network acts

independently of all the rest in producing the network currents. If t„ is the

then flowing ...

It may be stated in words by saying that each emf. in a network acts

independently of all the rest in producing the network currents. If t„ is the

**current****flowing**in branch a and an additional emf. 86 is inserted in branch b, the currentthen flowing ...

Page 307

Show that the field inside a toriod of n turns carrying a

that which would be produced by a

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 asthat 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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The previous chapter was principally concerned with the mechanical forces

between circuits carrying steady currents or ... If the relative sense of the current

in the galvanometer circuit is examined, it is found that this

...

The previous chapter was principally concerned with the mechanical forces

between circuits carrying steady currents or ... If the relative sense of the current

in the galvanometer circuit is examined, it is found that this

**current flows**in such a...

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