## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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If ds represents an

this

outward normal to the surface at ds. Or if ds is the vector representation of the

surface ...

If ds represents an

**element**of the surface, the contribution to the sum made bythis

**element**is E ds cos 6, where 6 is the angle included between E and theoutward normal to the surface at ds. Or if ds is the vector representation of the

surface ...

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If an

may generate such oscillations. An

unstable." Individual

...

If an

**element**contains a power source and has a negative dynamic resistance, itmay generate such oscillations. An

**element**of this type is sometimes said to be "unstable." Individual

**elements**with negative slopes or falling characteristics over...

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For a single thyrite

in series with an ohmic resistance it is given by Eq. (5.4), etc. More complicated

circuits may be analyzed in a similar way. The current wave through RL of the ...

For a single thyrite

**element**the characteristic is of the form of Eq. (5.3), for thyritein series with an ohmic resistance it is given by Eq. (5.4), etc. More complicated

circuits may be analyzed in a similar way. The current wave through RL of the ...

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