## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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the square root of the

the deflection , d = CVR , in , where C is approximately a constant for a given

the square root of the

**galvanometer**resistance ( Sec . 10 . 5 ) . Thus , writing d forthe deflection , d = CVR , in , where C is approximately a constant for a given

**galvanometer**design . From this it is evident that the square of the deflection is ...Page 326

Since the restoring torque of the fiber is small , the sensitivity of this type of

instrument can be made very large . A very sensitive

will give a deflection of 1 mm . on a scale 1 m . away for a current of about 10 - 11

amp .

Since the restoring torque of the fiber is small , the sensitivity of this type of

instrument can be made very large . A very sensitive

**galvanometer**of this typewill give a deflection of 1 mm . on a scale 1 m . away for a current of about 10 - 11

amp .

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12 ) This equation is applicable only if the damping is small ; hence , if the

resistance of the

immediately after the current impulse has traversed it . If the change in flux is

induced by the ...

12 ) This equation is applicable only if the damping is small ; hence , if the

resistance of the

**galvanometer**circuit is small , the circuit must be openedimmediately after the current impulse has traversed it . If the change in flux is

induced by the ...

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