## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The batteries then act as additional sources of charge and

the change in electrostatic

the conductors in which the potentials remain unaltered is given by 1: - 6U = #2,”

...

The batteries then act as additional sources of charge and

**energy**. From Eq. (2.1)the change in electrostatic

**energy**associated with a change in the positions ofthe conductors in which the potentials remain unaltered is given by 1: - 6U = #2,”

...

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cient

factor of the order of 100 before the effect is detectable. Even then the ionization

per centimeter path under the same conditions is generally smaller, though in ...

cient

**energy**. But this**energy**must be larger than that of an ionizing electron by afactor of the order of 100 before the effect is detectable. Even then the ionization

per centimeter path under the same conditions is generally smaller, though in ...

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(9.21) These various forms for the

discussion. It is evident from any of these expressions that a circuit carrying a

constant current tends to take up such a position as to include the largest

possible ...

(9.21) These various forms for the

**energy**function will be used in the subsequentdiscussion. It is evident from any of these expressions that a circuit carrying a

constant current tends to take up such a position as to include the largest

possible ...

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