## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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This function is determined experimentally by measuring i as a function of V . The

curve that represents graphically this functional relationship is known as the

This function is determined experimentally by measuring i as a function of V . The

curve that represents graphically this functional relationship is known as the

**characteristic**of the element . More strictly it is the static**characteristic**, for in this ...Page 160

15 shows a typical copper oxide rectifier

depart considerably from the ideal rectifier

graphical analysis of the current through an oxide element produced by a

sinusoidal ...

15 shows a typical copper oxide rectifier

**characteristic**at about 20°C . It is seen todepart considerably from the ideal rectifier

**characteristic**of Fig . 5 . 16 . Thegraphical analysis of the current through an oxide element produced by a

sinusoidal ...

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of a two - terminal device is the graphical relation between the current flowing

through the terminals and the potential difference across them , the latter being ...

**Characteristics**with Negative Slopes and Instability . — The**characteristic**curveof a two - terminal device is the graphical relation between the current flowing

through the terminals and the potential difference across them , the latter being ...

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