## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Potential of terminal a sider that the sine

surface ( as on a fluorescent screen ) by a beam emerging from the cylindrical

axis and rotating with an angular velocity wi . If the ends of the sine

after 12 ...

Potential of terminal a sider that the sine

**wave**is traced out on the cylindricalsurface ( as on a fluorescent screen ) by a beam emerging from the cylindrical

axis and rotating with an angular velocity wi . If the ends of the sine

**wave**joinafter 12 ...

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The most favorable case for observation is the one involving the largest value of

8 for which the

Fig . 16 . 7 and both leaves and approaches the earth ' s surface tangentially .

The most favorable case for observation is the one involving the largest value of

8 for which the

**wave**is reflected back to the earth . This path is indicated by 3 ofFig . 16 . 7 and both leaves and approaches the earth ' s surface tangentially .

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is very close to the

ionosphere , as shown in Fig . 16 . 8 . The numerical agreement with the

observed absorption maximum is more or less fortuitous as the effective value of

B varies ...

is very close to the

**wave**length for which maximum absorption occurs in theionosphere , as shown in Fig . 16 . 8 . The numerical agreement with the

observed absorption maximum is more or less fortuitous as the effective value of

B varies ...

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