## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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... FIELD 71 Thus if the quantities on the right are known, the difference between

the susceptibilities can be

contributes to the average value of E. Nor is it possible to

the basis ...

... FIELD 71 Thus if the quantities on the right are known, the difference between

the susceptibilities can be

**calculated**. ... for the polarized molecule itselfcontributes to the average value of E. Nor is it possible to

**calculate**this field onthe basis ...

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The voltage amplification per stage (V.A.)

for the general case is very involved. But in practice a considerable simplification

is possible. Consider, for example, the pentode 6-J-7. For this tube Co., a 5 ...

The voltage amplification per stage (V.A.)

**calculated**from the above expressionsfor the general case is very involved. But in practice a considerable simplification

is possible. Consider, for example, the pentode 6-J-7. For this tube Co., a 5 ...

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c. where C is the restoring torque of the spring per unit angular displacement.

Lab can be

sending a known current www.”, through the coils in series. In one ~ 6/" form of

the ...

c. where C is the restoring torque of the spring per unit angular displacement.

Lab can be

**calculated**or determined experimentally at a series of angles bysending a known current www.”, through the coils in series. In one ~ 6/" form of

the ...

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