## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Thus, writing d for the

constant for a given galvanometer design. From this it is evident that the square

of the

Thus, writing d for the

**deflection**, d = Cy/W„ ig, where C is approximately aconstant for a given galvanometer design. From this it is evident that the square

of the

**deflection**is proportional to the joule heating in the galvanometer. The**deflection**...Page 326

The

by the

torque of the fiber is small, the sensitivity of this type of instrument can be made

very ...

The

**deflection**is observed by viewing a scale in the mirror carried by the coil orby the

**deflection**of a beam of light incident on this mirror. Since the restoringtorque of the fiber is small, the sensitivity of this type of instrument can be made

very ...

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on a condenser can be measured, for instance, by connecting it across the

terminals of a galvanometer and observing the

constants of the instrument are known. It is most convenient, however, to use the

first ...

on a condenser can be measured, for instance, by connecting it across the

terminals of a galvanometer and observing the

**deflection**at any later time if theconstants of the instrument are known. It is most convenient, however, to use the

first ...

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