## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Associated with this are several other effects such as the change in resistance of

a wire produced by the presence of a strong

in the case of bismuth that it is actually used for the measurement of magnetic ...

Associated with this are several other effects such as the change in resistance of

a wire produced by the presence of a strong

**magnetic field**. This effect is so largein the case of bismuth that it is actually used for the measurement of magnetic ...

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This means that the magnetic energy in the conductor is less than for steady

currents and, as can be seen from the methods of ... If a

established in the neighborhood of a superconductor, surface currents are

induced which ...

This means that the magnetic energy in the conductor is less than for steady

currents and, as can be seen from the methods of ... If a

**magnetic field**isestablished in the neighborhood of a superconductor, surface currents are

induced which ...

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Hence, if the

a negative transconductance. A coil carrying a constant current supplies most of

the magnetic bias, but the inductance of the oscillatory circuit surrounds the ...

Hence, if the

**magnetic field**is considered as the control electrode, the device hasa negative transconductance. A coil carrying a constant current supplies most of

the magnetic bias, but the inductance of the oscillatory circuit surrounds the ...

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