## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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15.11 represents this type of characteristic and the dependence of instability and

amplitude of

external circuit, G. From this figure it is evident that instability and

in ...

15.11 represents this type of characteristic and the dependence of instability and

amplitude of

**oscillation**on the relation between g and the conductance of theexternal circuit, G. From this figure it is evident that instability and

**oscillations**setin ...

Page 513

upper limit to the frequencies of the sinusoidal

owing to the finite times associated with alterations in the arc processes. An

ordinary carbon arc shunted by a series resonant circuit can be made to

...

upper limit to the frequencies of the sinusoidal

**oscillations**that can be generatedowing to the finite times associated with alterations in the arc processes. An

ordinary carbon arc shunted by a series resonant circuit can be made to

**oscillate**...

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Equating the real and imaginary portions to zero yields where wo = 1/(LC)H. The

condition involving M represents the verge of instability, and

occur if M is of this value or greater. Actually, of course, rp is only approximately a

...

Equating the real and imaginary portions to zero yields where wo = 1/(LC)H. The

condition involving M represents the verge of instability, and

**oscillations**willoccur if M is of this value or greater. Actually, of course, rp is only approximately a

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