## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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If d is the distance from a fixed to a movable plate and V is the potential difference

between the two sets, show that the electrostatic torque is given by (rxeo/2<i)r2K,

F where r is the

If d is the distance from a fixed to a movable plate and V is the potential difference

between the two sets, show that the electrostatic torque is given by (rxeo/2<i)r2K,

F where r is the

**radius**vector to the rim of the movable plates at the point of ...Page 246

Consider first a particle of effective

of other particles of

relatively at rest. The chance of the projectile striking one of the particles per unit

...

Consider first a particle of effective

**radius**n which is projected through a swarmof other particles of

**radius**rj that are moving so slowly they may be consideredrelatively at rest. The chance of the projectile striking one of the particles per unit

...

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A circuit is in the form of a regular polygon of n sides inscribed in a circle of

a. If it is carrying a current t, show that the magnetic induction at the center is

given by tan j~ Show that this expression approaches the induction at the center

of ...

A circuit is in the form of a regular polygon of n sides inscribed in a circle of

**radius**a. If it is carrying a current t, show that the magnetic induction at the center is

given by tan j~ Show that this expression approaches the induction at the center

of ...

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