## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The shunt resistance representing the core losses is generally much larger than

the inductive

discussion it will be neglected . Transformers perform two general types of

service ...

The shunt resistance representing the core losses is generally much larger than

the inductive

**reactance**or effective secondary impedance and in the followingdiscussion it will be neglected . Transformers perform two general types of

service ...

Page 512

Without restriction z can be a pure

be absorbed in R ' or Ro . Thus a positive or inductive

however , is inversely proportional to the frequency , can be produced if z is a

capacity ...

Without restriction z can be a pure

**reactance**since the resistive component canbe absorbed in R ' or Ro . Thus a positive or inductive

**reactance**, which ,however , is inversely proportional to the frequency , can be produced if z is a

capacity ...

Page 530

Design a circuit of type a using the negative transconductance of a type 57

pentode to produce a positive

the frequency . Using this circuit , construct one having a

the ...

Design a circuit of type a using the negative transconductance of a type 57

pentode to produce a positive

**reactance**depending on the inverse first power ofthe frequency . Using this circuit , construct one having a

**reactance**depending onthe ...

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