## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The plates of a

one edge being d -f a and at the opposite one being d — a, where a < < d. Show

that the capacity is approximately where A is the area of the plates. Given that ...

The plates of a

**parallel**-plate condenser are not quite**parallel**, the separation atone edge being d -f a and at the opposite one being d — a, where a < < d. Show

that the capacity is approximately where A is the area of the plates. Given that ...

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Thus the effective resistance presented by these two simple configurations is R =

Ri + R2 + R3+ ' ' • (series) T? = W + W+ Jr + ' ' ' (

of the conductance G of the circuit, which is defined as the reciprocal of the ...

Thus the effective resistance presented by these two simple configurations is R =

Ri + R2 + R3+ ' ' • (series) T? = W + W+ Jr + ' ' ' (

**parallel**) XL XI 1 Xl2 XL3 In termsof the conductance G of the circuit, which is defined as the reciprocal of the ...

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Special Forms of Simple Series-

and V [Eq. (13.3)] permits series and

be handled very simply in the complex form. The complex impedance of ...

Special Forms of Simple Series-

**parallel**Circuits. — The linear relation between iand V [Eq. (13.3)] permits series and

**parallel**combinations of circuit elements tobe handled very simply in the complex form. The complex impedance of ...

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