## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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For this purpose the coefficient on the right is taken as unity and the unit

electromagnetic pole is defined by For a

. where F is the force in dynes between poles of strengths p1 and ps a distance r

cm.

For this purpose the coefficient on the right is taken as unity and the unit

electromagnetic pole is defined by For a

**simple**substance we can write B = unoH. where F is the force in dynes between poles of strengths p1 and ps a distance r

cm.

Page 445

However , it is a very

the reactances are of the same sign , zí and z ' s can be the two portions of a

alternative to ...

However , it is a very

**simple**device , and if the bridge is fairly symmetrical , andthe reactances are of the same sign , zí and z ' s can be the two portions of a

**simple**resistance potentiometer . A more satisfactory but more elaboratealternative to ...

Page 450

The limitation of this

or the symmetry conditions are not fulfilled . If they are unequal , the circuit may

become unstable and oscillate or " sing . ” A more complicated circuit involving ...

The limitation of this

**simple**circuit is that the two line impedances must be equalor the symmetry conditions are not fulfilled . If they are unequal , the circuit may

become unstable and oscillate or " sing . ” A more complicated circuit involving ...

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