## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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All the resistance is concentrated in the zigzag lines of such a figure . The straight

lines represent ideal resistanceless connections . The potential difference

between the terminals of a resistance

as the ...

All the resistance is concentrated in the zigzag lines of such a figure . The straight

lines represent ideal resistanceless connections . The potential difference

between the terminals of a resistance

**carrying**a current is frequently referred toas the ...

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Ampère ' s second experiment showed that a currentcarrying conductor bent or

twisted in any manner is equivalent to a series of straight conductors

same current and coinciding as nearly as possible with the contorted conductor .

Ampère ' s second experiment showed that a currentcarrying conductor bent or

twisted in any manner is equivalent to a series of straight conductors

**carrying**thesame current and coinciding as nearly as possible with the contorted conductor .

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Calculate the force of repulsion per meter between two long parallel wires 30 cm

. apart

field inside a toriod of n turns

...

Calculate the force of repulsion per meter between two long parallel wires 30 cm

. apart

**carrying**currents of 50 amp . in opposite directions . 11 . Show that thefield inside a toriod of n turns

**carrying**a current i is the same as that which would...

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