## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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constant, the sensitivity is proportional to V. Hence the instrument is most suitable

for measuring large

order of 103 volts) may be measured by applying an auxiliary unknown but ...

constant, the sensitivity is proportional to V. Hence the instrument is most suitable

for measuring large

**potential**differences. Smaller**potential**differences (of theorder of 103 volts) may be measured by applying an auxiliary unknown but ...

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And after breakdown there must be a protective series resistance to lower its

remains in the nonconducting state for no grid excitation, i.e., zero grid

And after breakdown there must be a protective series resistance to lower its

**potential**and limit the current that it draws. However, it has the advantage that itremains in the nonconducting state for no grid excitation, i.e., zero grid

**potential**.Page 273

Show that at a recombination collision between an electron of energy eV and an

eV atom of ionization

be disposed of if the two are to remain together. 4. If the probability that a ...

Show that at a recombination collision between an electron of energy eV and an

eV atom of ionization

**potential**Vi there is an amount of energy -. r + eVi that mustbe disposed of if the two are to remain together. 4. If the probability that a ...

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