## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Kirchhoff's laws yield the following equations: It = iL + ia V = Bi* + RiR Ris = Bi} +

RLiL Eliminating iR, the following parametric equations are

and V: . = RiT — Bi\ h -v — H lL ~ R + RL Fig. 5.5. — Thyrite V = Bi\ + RiT - RiL ...

Kirchhoff's laws yield the following equations: It = iL + ia V = Bi* + RiR Ris = Bi} +

RLiL Eliminating iR, the following parametric equations are

**obtained**relating iLand V: . = RiT — Bi\ h -v — H lL ~ R + RL Fig. 5.5. — Thyrite V = Bi\ + RiT - RiL ...

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of the order of 10-2 were

cent in the determination of g. Table I gives the values of g

for various ions. The superscript indicates the valence and the quantity in ...

of the order of 10-2 were

**obtained**, which permitted an accuracy of about 5 percent in the determination of g. Table I gives the values of g

**obtained**by Sucksmithfor various ions. The superscript indicates the valence and the quantity in ...

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The procedure for

closed and the magnetizing current, t'i, adjusted to the desired maximum value

for the loop by means of fii. Then 20 or 30 reversals of the current are made at

intervals ...

The procedure for

**obtaining**a hysteresis loop is as follows. <Si and S3 areclosed and the magnetizing current, t'i, adjusted to the desired maximum value

for the loop by means of fii. Then 20 or 30 reversals of the current are made at

intervals ...

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