## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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11 represents this type of characteristic and the dependence of instability and

amplitude of

external circuit , G . From this figure it is evident that instability and

in for ...

11 represents this type of characteristic and the dependence of instability and

amplitude of

**oscillation**on the relation between g and the conductance of theexternal circuit , G . From this figure it is evident that instability and

**oscillations**setin for ...

Page 513

upper limit to the frequencies of the sinusoidal

owing to the finite times associated with alterations in the arc processes . An

ordinary carbon arc shunted by a series resonant circuit can be made to

...

upper limit to the frequencies of the sinusoidal

**oscillations**that can be generatedowing to the finite times associated with alterations in the arc processes . An

ordinary carbon arc shunted by a series resonant circuit can be made to

**oscillate**...

Page 521

The condition involving M represents the verge of instability , and

occur if M is of this value or greater . Actually , of course , rp is only approximately

a constant and the equation for M may be taken as determining the effective ...

The condition involving M represents the verge of instability , and

**oscillations**willoccur if M is of this value or greater . Actually , of course , rp is only approximately

a constant and the equation for M may be taken as determining the effective ...

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