## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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When an alternating potential is applied to the terminals of an ordinary ohmic

resistance R, the current is at every ... If the current wave does not have its zeros

and maxima at the same times as the

...

When an alternating potential is applied to the terminals of an ordinary ohmic

resistance R, the current is at every ... If the current wave does not have its zeros

and maxima at the same times as the

**potential wave**the two are said to be out of...

Page 156

The filament is colder in the increasing than on the decreasing portion of the

the form of an elongated loop extending out from the origin in the general

direction of ...

The filament is colder in the increasing than on the decreasing portion of the

**potential wave**. The actual characteristic traversed ia therefore a closed curve inthe form of an elongated loop extending out from the origin in the general

direction of ...

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Using the cubic approximation for the characteristic of a filament [Eq. (5.2)]

calculate the amplitudes of the current harmonics for a sinusoidal

of very long period. 11. Plot the over-all characteristic of a circuit containing a

thyrite ...

Using the cubic approximation for the characteristic of a filament [Eq. (5.2)]

calculate the amplitudes of the current harmonics for a sinusoidal

**potential wave**of very long period. 11. Plot the over-all characteristic of a circuit containing a

thyrite ...

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