## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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In that case the resistance can be

the circuit and the potential difference across the required portion and applying

Ohm ' s law in the form R = V / i . R is a constant of the circuit for truly ohmic ...

In that case the resistance can be

**determined**by measuring the current throughthe circuit and the potential difference across the required portion and applying

Ohm ' s law in the form R = V / i . R is a constant of the circuit for truly ohmic ...

Page 321

Lorenz method passes through this f \ ux v times a second , the of

value of the emf . induced between the axle and periphery own . is given by Liv .

If the velocity of rotation of the disk is varied until on tapping the key K no ...

Lorenz method passes through this f \ ux v times a second , the of

**determining**thevalue of the emf . induced between the axle and periphery own . is given by Liv .

If the velocity of rotation of the disk is varied until on tapping the key K no ...

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This procedure permits the

galvanometer by the use of a standard solenoid . The key K of Fig . 10 . 11 first A

breaks the circuit through the solenoid and then breaks the circuit composed of

Fig . 10 .

This procedure permits the

**determination**of the ballistic constant of agalvanometer by the use of a standard solenoid . The key K of Fig . 10 . 11 first A

breaks the circuit through the solenoid and then breaks the circuit composed of

Fig . 10 .

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