## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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11. Show that the field inside a toriod of n turns carrying a current t is the same as

that which would be produced by a current ni flowing along the axis of symmetry

of the toroid. 12. Show that the magnetic

11. Show that the field inside a toriod of n turns carrying a current t is the same as

that which would be produced by a current ni flowing along the axis of symmetry

of the toroid. 12. Show that the magnetic

**induction**in webers per square meter ...Page 316

9.6, this implies that the self-

slightly as the frequency increases. These results will be considered further in

connection with other high-frequency phenomena. For certain magnetic materials

...

9.6, this implies that the self-

**induction**of a circuit can be expected to decreaseslightly as the frequency increases. These results will be considered further in

connection with other high-frequency phenomena. For certain magnetic materials

...

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if the line joining the brushes is parallel to B. This

by the arrow A in Fig. 12.6. The resultant

fact that the brushes are no longer in line with the

if the line joining the brushes is parallel to B. This

**induced induction**is indicatedby the arrow A in Fig. 12.6. The resultant

**induction**is then in the direction C. Thefact that the brushes are no longer in line with the

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