## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The filament is colder in the increasing than on the decreasing portion of the

the form of an elongated loop extending out from the origin in the general

direction of ...

The filament is colder in the increasing than on the decreasing portion of the

**potential wave**. The actual characteristic traversed is therefore a closed curve inthe form of an elongated loop extending out from the origin in the general

direction of ...

Page 166

2 ) ] calculate the amplitudes of the current harmonics for a sinusoidal

containing a thyrite element for which A = 3 . 1 X 10 - 8 ( units of amperes and

volts ) and a ...

2 ) ] calculate the amplitudes of the current harmonics for a sinusoidal

**potential****wave**of very long period . 11 . Plot the over - all characteristic of a circuitcontaining a thyrite element for which A = 3 . 1 X 10 - 8 ( units of amperes and

volts ) and a ...

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A variation in either the amplitude or phase of the grid wave will affect the

average anode current . Both these methods are used in Volts Breakdown grid

potential correspondving to the existing i plate potential Grid

Plate ...

A variation in either the amplitude or phase of the grid wave will affect the

average anode current . Both these methods are used in Volts Breakdown grid

potential correspondving to the existing i plate potential Grid

**potential wave**,Plate ...

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