## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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constant, the sensitivity is proportional to V. Hence the instrument is most suitable

for measuring large

order of 103 volts) may be measured by applying an auxiliary unknown but ...

constant, the sensitivity is proportional to V. Hence the instrument is most suitable

for measuring large

**potential differences**. Smaller**potential differences**(of theorder of 103 volts) may be measured by applying an auxiliary unknown but ...

Page 130

with a variable resistance r and the potentiometer resistance R which extends

between the points A and B. The

where t is the adjustable but in general unknown current flowing in this circuit. If R

. is ...

with a variable resistance r and the potentiometer resistance R which extends

between the points A and B. The

**potential difference**between A and B is iR,where t is the adjustable but in general unknown current flowing in this circuit. If R

. is ...

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If electrodes are placed at positions a and b and the concentrations at these

points are na and fit, the

the D's are the same or the n's are the same, no

If electrodes are placed at positions a and b and the concentrations at these

points are na and fit, the

**potential difference**between the electrodes is given by Ifthe D's are the same or the n's are the same, no

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