## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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5 ) And on this scale the magnitude of the sinusoidal grid potential is the applied

excitation , E , , plus the fluctuating

grid potential = Ep lup Simplified approximate dynamic characteristic ip - Speg ...

5 ) And on this scale the magnitude of the sinusoidal grid potential is the applied

excitation , E , , plus the fluctuating

**component**of the plate potenEo - d . c . cutoffgrid potential = Ep lup Simplified approximate dynamic characteristic ip - Speg ...

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direction , i . e . , Ez = f and assuming that the y

function gst – ? ) , the equation becomes omes where the primes indicate

differentiation with respect to the argument ( 1 – ) . Neglecting any constant fields

, which ...

direction , i . e . , Ez = f and assuming that the y

**component**of H is given by thefunction gst – ? ) , the equation becomes omes where the primes indicate

differentiation with respect to the argument ( 1 – ) . Neglecting any constant fields

, which ...

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y are that the to The electric an the second modi where c " is the velocity of

propagation in the second medium and the d ' s are the phase shifts . The electric

and magnetic conditions at the . boundary are that the tangential

E ...

y are that the to The electric an the second modi where c " is the velocity of

propagation in the second medium and the d ' s are the phase shifts . The electric

and magnetic conditions at the . boundary are that the tangential

**components**ofE ...

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