## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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21 ) then becomes div ( 1 + x ) E = 40 ( a ) b ) If in addition the medium is

homogeneous so that x does not depend on the coordinates of the point , ( 1 + x )

may be removed from the symbol representing the partial derivatives and it is

21 ) then becomes div ( 1 + x ) E = 40 ( a ) b ) If in addition the medium is

homogeneous so that x does not depend on the coordinates of the point , ( 1 + x )

may be removed from the symbol representing the partial derivatives and it is

**evident**...Page 68

From the equations for the potentials it is

uniform and equal to - JEO . MI UILA 13K2 \ * 1 + 2x2 ) " If K2 > > Ki , this

approaches the value E , and if ki > > K2 , it becomes small . The field outside is

the ...

From the equations for the potentials it is

**evident**that the field inside the sphere isuniform and equal to - JEO . MI UILA 13K2 \ * 1 + 2x2 ) " If K2 > > Ki , this

approaches the value E , and if ki > > K2 , it becomes small . The field outside is

the ...

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The curves are not symmetrical on either side of the resonant point , and for Qo =

1 it is

frequency than wo . The analytic expression for Z ' is Z ' = ( R " + X1934 – _ R2 +

w ...

The curves are not symmetrical on either side of the resonant point , and for Qo =

1 it is

**evident**that the minimum current occurs at a considerably lower angularfrequency than wo . The analytic expression for Z ' is Z ' = ( R " + X1934 – _ R2 +

w ...

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