## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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(a) Vector analysis of precession. (6) Circulation of an electronic current about a

nucleus. electrical forces, the electrons must be in some sort of motion around the

nucleus. Thus in general an atom will possess both

(a) Vector analysis of precession. (6) Circulation of an electronic current about a

nucleus. electrical forces, the electrons must be in some sort of motion around the

nucleus. Thus in general an atom will possess both

**angular**momentum and ...Page 340

If the plane of the coil with no current flowing through is parallel to the field, find

its

tangent galvanometer is rotated about a vertical axis so as to lie in the same

plane ...

If the plane of the coil with no current flowing through is parallel to the field, find

its

**angular**displacement when it carries a current i. 7. Show that if the coil of atangent galvanometer is rotated about a vertical axis so as to lie in the same

plane ...

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If the coil is rotating with an

written w- and called the

seen to vanish at synchronism, w' = w, and hence, as there is always a retarding

...

If the coil is rotating with an

**angular**velocity w', the relative rotation w — w', whichwritten w- and called the

**angular**velocity of slip, determines the torque. This isseen to vanish at synchronism, w' = w, and hence, as there is always a retarding

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