## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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... 387, 399, 404 Lamp, characteristics, 140ff. ballast, 141 carbon, 141 dynamic,

analysis of, 155 tungsten, 141 Landé factor, 338 Langevin-Debye formula, 78

Langmuir, I., 243, 249, 259

Laplacian, ...

... 387, 399, 404 Lamp, characteristics, 140ff. ballast, 141 carbon, 141 dynamic,

analysis of, 155 tungsten, 141 Landé factor, 338 Langevin-Debye formula, 78

Langmuir, I., 243, 249, 259

**Laplace's equation**, 30 in two dimensions, 37Laplacian, ...

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