## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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constant , the sensitivity is proportional to V . Hence the instrument is most

suitable for measuring large

of the order of 103 volts ) may be measured by applying an auxiliary unknown but

...

constant , the sensitivity is proportional to V . Hence the instrument is most

suitable for measuring large

**potential**differences . Smaller**potential**differences (of the order of 103 volts ) may be measured by applying an auxiliary unknown but

...

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And after breakdown there must be a protective series resistance to lower its

remains in the nonconducting state for no grid excitation , i . e . , zero grid

And after breakdown there must be a protective series resistance to lower its

**potential**and limit the current that it draws . However , it has the advantage that itremains in the nonconducting state for no grid excitation , i . e . , zero grid

**potential**.Page 273

Show that at a recombination collision between an electron of energy eV and an ,

eV atom of ionization

must be disposed of if the two are to remain together . 4 . If the probability that a ...

Show that at a recombination collision between an electron of energy eV and an ,

eV atom of ionization

**potential**Vi there is an amount of energy 1 mi + eV ; thatmust be disposed of if the two are to remain together . 4 . If the probability that a ...

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