## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Pure silver has the lowest resistivity or highest conductivity of any of the

ordinary temperatures. Copper, however, is only slightly inferior to silver in this

respect and its relatively low cost makes it the most important

Pure silver has the lowest resistivity or highest conductivity of any of the

**metals**atordinary temperatures. Copper, however, is only slightly inferior to silver in this

respect and its relatively low cost makes it the most important

**metal**for electrical ...Page 183

Inside one

hence for equilibrium there can be no electric ... However, the equilibrium density

or pressure is in general different in the two

Inside one

**metal**this density is constant, i.e., there is no concentration gradienthence for equilibrium there can be no electric ... However, the equilibrium density

or pressure is in general different in the two

**metals**and hence to counteract the ...Page 190

As in the case of liquid evaporation the volume occupied by a unit charge of

electrons within the

outside the

...

As in the case of liquid evaporation the volume occupied by a unit charge of

electrons within the

**metal**is negligible in comparison with that which it occupiesoutside the

**metal**, the analogue of the vapor state. Therefore ^ of Eq. (6.4) may be...

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