## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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equal currents but in opposite directions exert an inappreciable force on a distant

current or current element. Thus the effects of oppositely directed currents at ...

**Ampere's**first experiment showed that two wires very close together traversed byequal currents but in opposite directions exert an inappreciable force on a distant

current or current element. Thus the effects of oppositely directed currents at ...

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observed between currents and individual moving charges. Likewise charges in

motion have been shown by Rowlandi and Adams2 to produce magnetic effects.

Hence ...

**Ampere's**experiments dealt with closed circuits, but these forces can beobserved between currents and individual moving charges. Likewise charges in

motion have been shown by Rowlandi and Adams2 to produce magnetic effects.

Hence ...

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Since the force is in newtons and the current in

in newtons per ampere2, but since a ... or a volt-

be written (volt- second) /(

Since the force is in newtons and the current in

**amperes**, no must of necessity bein newtons per ampere2, but since a ... or a volt-

**ampere**second, this quotient canbe written (volt- second) /(

**ampere**-meter) or from the definition of no a henry is ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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