## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Copper Fuse

1 . 7 x 10 - 6 | 3 . 5 x 10 - 5 ohm cm . 8 . 9 12 gm . / cm 0 . 091 0 . 051 cal . / gm . °

C . 185°C . and assuming room temperature to be 20°C . , how long will it take for

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Copper Fuse

**wire**Resistivity . . . . . . . Density Specific heat . Melting point . . . . . . .1 . 7 x 10 - 6 | 3 . 5 x 10 - 5 ohm cm . 8 . 9 12 gm . / cm 0 . 091 0 . 051 cal . / gm . °

C . 185°C . and assuming room temperature to be 20°C . , how long will it take for

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The self - inductance of a single circular loop of

sectional radius r can be obtained from this result . For the purpose of calculating

the magnetic energy from Eq . ( 9 . 27 ) consider that the integration is carried out

in ...

The self - inductance of a single circular loop of

**wire**of radius R and cross -sectional radius r can be obtained from this result . For the purpose of calculating

the magnetic energy from Eq . ( 9 . 27 ) consider that the integration is carried out

in ...

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The efficiency of a loop as a receiver or radiator in comparison with a straight

is E . 1 , and since n is a unit vector perpendicular to E , Eq . ( 16 . 31 ) can be ...

The efficiency of a loop as a receiver or radiator in comparison with a straight

**wire**can be obtained from Eq . ( 16 . 31 ) . The emf . induced in a**wire**of length 1is E . 1 , and since n is a unit vector perpendicular to E , Eq . ( 16 . 31 ) can be ...

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