## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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V determines the height of the potential wave and its

product RC . Thus the length of the time axis is controlled by the grid bias and the

V determines the height of the potential wave and its

**period**is proportional to theproduct RC . Thus the length of the time axis is controlled by the grid bias and the

**period**is adjusted to an appropriate value by varying either R or C . It is ...Page 330

The zeros of the function are evidently periodic with a

maxima are obtained by setting do / dt = 0 , which yields tan m ' t = m ' hence

these are also periodic with the same

successive ...

The zeros of the function are evidently periodic with a

**period**T = 27 / m ' . Themaxima are obtained by setting do / dt = 0 , which yields tan m ' t = m ' hence

these are also periodic with the same

**period**. The ratios of the heights ofsuccessive ...

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Section through an ( - w2 + jw28 + wiem = 2mXmV Hajw apparatus for detecting

the torsional impulse associated If the impressed

another ...

Section through an ( - w2 + jw28 + wiem = 2mXmV Hajw apparatus for detecting

the torsional impulse associated If the impressed

**period**is equal to the natural**period**of ation . the system , the first and third terms on the left cancel oneanother ...

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