## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. The angular

described is equal in magnitude to u/p; hence it is also constant and equal to Bq/

m. The axis of rotation is parallel to the induction and the sense of rotation

looking in the ...

Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. The angular

**velocity**with which the path isdescribed is equal in magnitude to u/p; hence it is also constant and equal to Bq/

m. The axis of rotation is parallel to the induction and the sense of rotation

looking in the ...

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The discussion is simplified by writing u = u' + U, where U is a constant

perpendicular to E and B. Substituting this value of u in Eq. (9.6), it becomes F = g

(E + U X B + u' X B) Neglecting any component of E along B, as this would lead ...

The discussion is simplified by writing u = u' + U, where U is a constant

**velocity**perpendicular to E and B. Substituting this value of u in Eq. (9.6), it becomes F = g

(E + U X B + u' X B) Neglecting any component of E along B, as this would lead ...

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Though the wave is not damped, the

presence of the ions. Inserting Eq. (16.17) in Eq. (16.16) and taking k as unity, the

index of refraction is seen to be n = = (l - — ,Y* (16.18) The second term in the ...

Though the wave is not damped, the

**velocity**of propagation is altered by thepresence of the ions. Inserting Eq. (16.17) in Eq. (16.16) and taking k as unity, the

index of refraction is seen to be n = = (l - — ,Y* (16.18) The second term in the ...

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