## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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(6.06 × 10*) and p is the density in kilograms per cubic meter Alternatively ko may

be changed to

, and p have their cgs, values and a is in coulomb-

(6.06 × 10*) and p is the density in kilograms per cubic meter Alternatively ko may

be changed to

**centimeters**(8.85 × 10−14 farad per**centimeter**in which case M, N, and p have their cgs, values and a is in coulomb-

**centimeters**per volt per ...Page 244

Even then the ionization per

generally smaller, though in the case of very high energy particles the probability

of ionization is about the same for ions as for electrons of the same velocity.

Hence the ...

Even then the ionization per

**centimeter**path under the same conditions isgenerally smaller, though in the case of very high energy particles the probability

of ionization is about the same for ions as for electrons of the same velocity.

Hence the ...

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Since the piezoelectric constant is 6.4 X 10-” esu. per square

per square

Since the piezoelectric constant is 6.4 X 10-” esu. per square

**centimeter**per dyneper square

**centimeter**and the elastic constant is 7.85 × 10" dynes per square**centimeter**the charge q' in coulombs per square meter for a displacement r is ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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