## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Therefore cos = – caa and the coefficient of induction between two conductors,

one of which completely surrounds the other, is equal in magnitude but opposite

in sign to the coefficient of

Therefore cos = – caa and the coefficient of induction between two conductors,

one of which completely surrounds the other, is equal in magnitude but opposite

in sign to the coefficient of

**capacity**of the inner conductor. Two conducting ...Page 226

The one shown employs resistances and

high alternating-current resistance, low direct-current resistance) replace the

resistances, R, in current-carrying branches. The

as ...

The one shown employs resistances and

**capacities**, but in practice choke coils (high alternating-current resistance, low direct-current resistance) replace the

resistances, R, in current-carrying branches. The

**capacities**C are of such a valueas ...

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To keep the bridge in balance, c and d must have the same

and since a has none, these must each be equal to half the

ground. If these

...

To keep the bridge in balance, c and d must have the same

**capacity**to groundand since a has none, these must each be equal to half the

**capacity**of b toground. If these

**capacities**are provided by small auxiliary condensers, the bridge...

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