## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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evaporating thin metallic layers on long quartz or glass rods and placing them in

an evacuated container. Variable

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**resistances**in this range can be constructed by sputtering orevaporating thin metallic layers on long quartz or glass rods and placing them in

an evacuated container. Variable

**Resistances**. — Variable**resistances**are ...Page 135

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the group placed in series with a

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**resistances**of 1, 3, and 5 ohms, respectively, are connected in parallel andthe group placed in series with a

**resistance**of 7 ohms, a battery of 3 ohmsinternal

**resistance**, and an emf. of 15 volts. Calculate the current flowing and therate ...

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and the wheel of Prob. 12. Assuming that the relay operates at a current t, how

many cells must be placed in series for the relay to be closed during half a

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**resistance**R, is connected in series with a relay of**resistance**R,and the wheel of Prob. 12. Assuming that the relay operates at a current t, how

many cells must be placed in series for the relay to be closed during half a

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