## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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If , on the other hand , the plates of the condenser are connected to a battery so

that the potential difference between them remains constant , the charges on the

plates must

If , on the other hand , the plates of the condenser are connected to a battery so

that the potential difference between them remains constant , the charges on the

plates must

**increase**by the factor k when the slab is inserted . If q is the final ...Page 161

Half - wave rectification . applied voltage . For the high - vacuum rectifier ,

however , the drop across it

the power dissipated in it

decreased .

Half - wave rectification . applied voltage . For the high - vacuum rectifier ,

however , the drop across it

**increases**with increasing current and the fraction ofthe power dissipated in it

**increases**as the resistance of a series load isdecreased .

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Since the difference between EB and E , is approximately constant , an

in Es has little effect on the plate dissipation , but the power supplied to the load

Since the difference between EB and E , is approximately constant , an

**increase**in Es has little effect on the plate dissipation , but the power supplied to the load

**increases**rapidly . Therefore the efficiency**increases**with Es and theoretically ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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