## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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1 per cent , but for other materials such as paraffin oil the change is by a

2 , and if water could be used as a perfect dielectric , the change would be by a

1 per cent , but for other materials such as paraffin oil the change is by a

**factor**of2 , and if water could be used as a perfect dielectric , the change would be by a

**factor**of 80 . The value of k determined in this way is found to be positive for all ...Page 224

20 , for which the power

resistance , if the power

decreases with the frequency in such a way that over a very large range of this ...

20 , for which the power

**factor**is approximately RowC , where R , is the seriesresistance , if the power

**factor**is small . However , the effective series resistancedecreases with the frequency in such a way that over a very large range of this ...

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The first

the spacial variable x . The second

any constant position on the conductors , x is not a variable and the variable

The first

**factor**is a damping term which represents a decrease in amplitude withthe spacial variable x . The second

**factor**represents the progressive wave . Forany constant position on the conductors , x is not a variable and the variable

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