## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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For lower resistances a

resistance element with one or more taps or sliding contacts if both terminals of

the ...

For lower resistances a

**potentiometer**method is generally employed. 4.7. The**Potentiometer**. — -The term**potentiometer**is used to refer in general to anyresistance element with one or more taps or sliding contacts if both terminals of

the ...

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The

measurement. It is indespensable in electrochemistry for measuring the emf .

developed by various voltaic cells, as important chemical quantities can be

deduced from these ...

The

**potentiometer**finds application in almost every field of electricalmeasurement. It is indespensable in electrochemistry for measuring the emf .

developed by various voltaic cells, as important chemical quantities can be

deduced from these ...

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An ammeter can be calibrated with a

The circuit is shown at the right in Fig. 4.23. The standard resistance S should be

of the order of V'/i', where V is the maximum potential that can be measured by

the ...

An ammeter can be calibrated with a

**potentiometer**and a standard resistance.The circuit is shown at the right in Fig. 4.23. The standard resistance S should be

of the order of V'/i', where V is the maximum potential that can be measured by

the ...

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