## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The

If one conductor is merely in the presence of others, its coefficient of

frequently referred to as a stray

...

The

**capacity**of the condenser is the coefficient of**capacity**of the inner conductor.If one conductor is merely in the presence of others, its coefficient of

**capacity**isfrequently referred to as a stray

**capacity**. The unit in which**capacity**is measured...

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The one shown employs resistances and

high alternating-current resistance, low ... methods for the cascade connection of

stages in a low-power linear amplifier is so-called resistance-

The one shown employs resistances and

**capacities**, but in practice choke coils (high alternating-current resistance, low ... methods for the cascade connection of

stages in a low-power linear amplifier is so-called resistance-

**capacity**coupling.Page 446

To keep the bridge in balance, c and d must have the same

and since a has none, these must each be equal to half the

ground. If these

bridge ...

To keep the bridge in balance, c and d must have the same

**capacity**to groundand since a has none, these must each be equal to half the

**capacity**of b toground. If these

**capacities**are provided by C C small auxiliary condensers, thebridge ...

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