## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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A circular coil of radius r composed of n turns of wire is suspended in a uniform

magnetic field by a fiber with a restoring torque proportional to the sine of the

A circular coil of radius r composed of n turns of wire is suspended in a uniform

magnetic field by a fiber with a restoring torque proportional to the sine of the

**angular**displacement . If the plane of the coil with no current flowing through is ...Page 359

If a field H is applied in the direction of rotation , an additional centrifugal force

ewwoHr makes its appearance where e is the electronic charge and w is the

remains the ...

If a field H is applied in the direction of rotation , an additional centrifugal force

ewwoHr makes its appearance where e is the electronic charge and w is the

**angular**velocity in the presence of the field . If the atomic centripetal forceremains the ...

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17 ) This is a vector half again as great as that of the preceding case , rotating in

the same sense with the same

rotating magnetic field is that a piece of metal placed within it experiences a ...

17 ) This is a vector half again as great as that of the preceding case , rotating in

the same sense with the same

**angular**velocity . The interesting property of arotating magnetic field is that a piece of metal placed within it experiences a ...

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