## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Lorem method passes through this flux V times a second, the of

value of the emf. induced between the axle and periphery is given by Liv. If the

velocity of rotation of the disk is varied until on tapping the key K no galvanometer

...

Lorem method passes through this flux V times a second, the of

**determining**thevalue of the emf. induced between the axle and periphery is given by Liv. If the

velocity of rotation of the disk is varied until on tapping the key K no galvanometer

...

Page 333

This procedure permits the

galvanometer by the use of a standard solenoid. The key K of Fig. 10.11 first a-^^

^^ breaks the circuit through the solenoid w^wv— (a] " and then breaks the circuit

composed ...

This procedure permits the

**determination**of the ballistic constant of agalvanometer by the use of a standard solenoid. The key K of Fig. 10.11 first a-^^

^^ breaks the circuit through the solenoid w^wv— (a] " and then breaks the circuit

composed ...

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The proportion of R associated with the primary and secondary must be

different circuits. Since the same current flows through all the resistances, R

which is the ...

The proportion of R associated with the primary and secondary must be

**determined**by a separate measurement if the losses are to be attributed to thedifferent circuits. Since the same current flows through all the resistances, R

which is the ...

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