## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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LJ L . Of course , all

conductivity or if owing to molecular friction all the energy of charge is not

liberated on discharge , power is dissipated in the

that occurs in a ...

LJ L . Of course , all

**condensers**are not perfect . If the dielectric has someconductivity or if owing to molecular friction all the energy of charge is not

liberated on discharge , power is dissipated in the

**condenser**. The power lossthat occurs in a ...

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What is the effective charging current drawn by a l - uf .

) 1 , 000 , ( c ) 100 , 000 cycles at Ve = 10 volts ? 19 . Calculate the series

resistance that will account for the power loss in a

What is the effective charging current drawn by a l - uf .

**condenser**at : ( a ) 60 , ( 6) 1 , 000 , ( c ) 100 , 000 cycles at Ve = 10 volts ? 19 . Calculate the series

resistance that will account for the power loss in a

**condenser**with an imperfect ...Page 454

Express the subsequent charge on the

is the charge on the

interval between the shorting of the

Express the subsequent charge on the

**condenser**as a function of the time . Whatis the charge on the

**condenser**after 10 complete oscillations ? What is the timeinterval between the shorting of the

**condenser**and the next time that there is no ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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