## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The electromotive force in the circuit

the temperatures of the junctions . The circulating current

the resistance as well . The current can be detected with a suitable meter , but as

...

The electromotive force in the circuit

**depends**on the two metals employed andthe temperatures of the junctions . The circulating current

**depends**, of course , onthe resistance as well . The current can be detected with a suitable meter , but as

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The constant a

gradient ; for air at 4 mm . Hg and a gradient of 700 volts per centimeter , for

instance , it is of the order of 8 . The constant y

as well .

The constant a

**depends**on the type of gas , its pressure , and the potentialgradient ; for air at 4 mm . Hg and a gradient of 700 volts per centimeter , for

instance , it is of the order of 8 . The constant y

**depends**on the cathode surfaceas well .

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Let u be a mechanical displacement and F a mechanical force , the differential

equation of the mechanical system is then av + Be + yz = F ( 14 . 15 ) The Greek

letters stand for the parameters of the system and

Let u be a mechanical displacement and F a mechanical force , the differential

equation of the mechanical system is then av + Be + yz = F ( 14 . 15 ) The Greek

letters stand for the parameters of the system and

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