## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Very high resistances in the range from 107 to 1013

drawing an India-ink line on good-quality paper, though these are generally

unreliable even for short periods. More satisfactory resistances in this range can

be ...

Very high resistances in the range from 107 to 1013

**ohms**can be made bydrawing an India-ink line on good-quality paper, though these are generally

unreliable even for short periods. More satisfactory resistances in this range can

be ...

Page 136

How low must the junction resistances of a 0.1-

total resistance the shunt introduces shall be its nominal value to within 1 per

cent? 17. A dry cell shows an emf. of 1.579 volts as measured by a potentiometer.

How low must the junction resistances of a 0.1-

**ohm**shunt be in order that thetotal resistance the shunt introduces shall be its nominal value to within 1 per

cent? 17. A dry cell shows an emf. of 1.579 volts as measured by a potentiometer.

Page 137

The total resistance of a concentric conductor cable is 10-4

the leakage resistance of the insulation is 10i0

current that will be drawn from a 100-volt battery placed across the two terminals

at ...

The total resistance of a concentric conductor cable is 10-4

**ohm**per meter andthe leakage resistance of the insulation is 10i0

**ohms**per meter. Calculate thecurrent that will be drawn from a 100-volt battery placed across the two terminals

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