## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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(2.25) KK0 This equation applies to gases, liquids, and isotropic solids so long as

the applied electric field is not so great that the

polarization and field ceases to hold. If there is no volume distribution of placed ...

(2.25) KK0 This equation applies to gases, liquids, and isotropic solids so long as

the applied electric field is not so great that the

**linear**relation between thepolarization and field ceases to hold. If there is no volume distribution of placed ...

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**linear**approx. quadratic approx. — 6i5 ði, 1J 6°ib., Lo 6°is ð'ibal . . . 1 * = It, + (#). + (...). + #;" + 25.” + de;"| + ^-ovo"- T-so"TQ Tom

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**linear**approx. quadratic approx. Here e, and e, are the variations (generally ...Page 235

If the oscillograph is

deflecting field, and if the slope of the saw-tooth wave is a straight line, the figure

on the oscillograph screen will accurately reproduce the potential wave on the y ...

If the oscillograph is

**linear**, i.e., the displacement of the spot is proportional to thedeflecting field, and if the slope of the saw-tooth wave is a straight line, the figure

on the oscillograph screen will accurately reproduce the potential wave on the y ...

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