## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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square circuit of length I on a side carrying a current i is tiin 2V2 noi do , where i is

in amperes and I is in meters . 13 . A circuit is in the form of a regular polygon of ...

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**magnetic induction**in webers per square meter at the center of asquare circuit of length I on a side carrying a current i is tiin 2V2 noi do , where i is

in amperes and I is in meters . 13 . A circuit is in the form of a regular polygon of ...

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6 , this implies that the self -

slightly as the frequency increases . These results will be considered further in

connection with other high - frequency phenomena . For certain

materials ...

6 , this implies that the self -

**induction**of a circuit can be expected to decreaseslightly as the frequency increases . These results will be considered further in

connection with other high - frequency phenomena . For certain

**magnetic**materials ...

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Conversely a substance which contains neither iron , cobalt , or nickel and which

is known as Heusler ' s alloy ( 61 . 5 per cent Cu , 23 . 5 per cent Mn , 15 per cent

Al ) displays strong

Conversely a substance which contains neither iron , cobalt , or nickel and which

is known as Heusler ' s alloy ( 61 . 5 per cent Cu , 23 . 5 per cent Mn , 15 per cent

Al ) displays strong

**magnetic**properties . It has a remanent**induction**of about 2 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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