## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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impart to a mass of 1 kilogram an acceleration of 1

This unit force is called the newton . The unit of work is the newton

, and the unit of power is the joule per second or watt . As the unit of charge is ...

impart to a mass of 1 kilogram an acceleration of 1

**meter**per second per second .This unit force is called the newton . The unit of work is the newton

**meter**or joule, and the unit of power is the joule per second or watt . As the unit of charge is ...

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An auxiliary battery and variable resistance arranged as a simple potentiometer

is used to apply an adjustable potential difference to the

these terminals are also connected the emf . terminals of a precision

potentiometer .

An auxiliary battery and variable resistance arranged as a simple potentiometer

is used to apply an adjustable potential difference to the

**meter**terminals . Tothese terminals are also connected the emf . terminals of a precision

potentiometer .

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Entity Symbol Absolute practical Electrostatic Electromagnetic 1

1 second 1 newton 1 joule 100 centimeters 1 , 000 grams 1 sec . 105 dynes 107

ergs 107 ergs / sec . 3 X 10° 3 X 109 1 / ( 3 X 104 ) . 100 centimeters 1 , 000 ...

Entity Symbol Absolute practical Electrostatic Electromagnetic 1

**meter**1 kilogram1 second 1 newton 1 joule 100 centimeters 1 , 000 grams 1 sec . 105 dynes 107

ergs 107 ergs / sec . 3 X 10° 3 X 109 1 / ( 3 X 104 ) . 100 centimeters 1 , 000 ...

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