## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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As in the case of all these trajectories, the net motion of the particle is a drift in the

in the

As in the case of all these trajectories, the net motion of the particle is a drift in the

**direction**U; the particle starting from rest never achieves a greater displacementin the

**direction**of the electric field than 2r/. Another interesting case is the path ...Page 363

In the th<r. discontinuous nature of the mag- J ° netizing process (Barkhausen

effect). case of iron a small field is sufficient to line up all spins in the so-called 1-

0-0

...

In the th<r. discontinuous nature of the mag- J ° netizing process (Barkhausen

effect). case of iron a small field is sufficient to line up all spins in the so-called 1-

0-0

**direction**, which means in the**direction**of one of the natural Cartesian axes of...

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vector, and the

points. It should be mentioned that all quantities capable of representation by an

arrow are not vectors in the sense in which the term is here used. All directed

electric ...

vector, and the

**direction**associated with the vector is that in which the arrowpoints. It should be mentioned that all quantities capable of representation by an

arrow are not vectors in the sense in which the term is here used. All directed

electric ...

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