## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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By Gauss ' s theorem , however , the integral of dw over a

due regard to sign ) vanishes if the point from which the solid angle is considered

lies outside the enclosed volume . Hence , considering surfaces bounded by the

...

By Gauss ' s theorem , however , the integral of dw over a

**closed**surface ( withdue regard to sign ) vanishes if the point from which the solid angle is considered

lies outside the enclosed volume . Hence , considering surfaces bounded by the

...

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16 ) around a

around any

This is analogous to the definition of the electromotive force & as the integral ...

16 ) around a

**closed**path yields another important result . The integral of H . dlaround any

**closed**path is known as the magnetomotive force and written as H .This is analogous to the definition of the electromotive force & as the integral ...

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Si and S are

maximum value for the loop by means of Ri . Then 20 or 30 reversals of the

current are made at intervals of a few seconds by means of S , until the specimen

has ...

Si and S are

**closed**and the magnetizing current , ii , adjusted to the desiredmaximum value for the loop by means of Ri . Then 20 or 30 reversals of the

current are made at intervals of a few seconds by means of S , until the specimen

has ...

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