## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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constant , the sensitivity is proportional to V . Hence the instrument is most

suitable for measuring large potential

of the order of 103 volts ) may be measured by applying an auxiliary unknown but

...

constant , the sensitivity is proportional to V . Hence the instrument is most

suitable for measuring large potential

**differences**. Smaller potential**differences**(of the order of 103 volts ) may be measured by applying an auxiliary unknown but

...

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of the attenuations for each unit separately . Figure 4 . 9 represents schematically

two attenuators of five steps each which together can produce a variable

attenuation in steps of 2 db from 0 to 48 db . Thus , if the potential

appearing ...

of the attenuations for each unit separately . Figure 4 . 9 represents schematically

two attenuators of five steps each which together can produce a variable

attenuation in steps of 2 db from 0 to 48 db . Thus , if the potential

**difference**appearing ...

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In electrical equilibrium E = - F . and there is no current flow . If electrodes are

placed at positions a and b and the concentrations at these points are na and no ,

the potential

F ...

In electrical equilibrium E = - F . and there is no current flow . If electrodes are

placed at positions a and b and the concentrations at these points are na and no ,

the potential

**difference**between the electrodes is given by Di - D2 V = V8 - V = - |F ...

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