## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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However, it is found experimentally that the direction of the induced field is in the

opposite direction for many metals, and its magnitude varies within wide limits. ...

Calculation of the

However, it is found experimentally that the direction of the induced field is in the

opposite direction for many metals, and its magnitude varies within wide limits. ...

Calculation of the

**Magnetic Induction**or Magnetic Field Due to Simple Circuits.Page 307

11. Show that the field inside a toriod of n turns carrying a current i is the same as

that which would be produced by a current ni flowing along the axis of symmetry

of the toroid. 12. Show that the

11. Show that the field inside a toriod of n turns carrying a current i is the same as

that which would be produced by a current ni flowing along the axis of symmetry

of the toroid. 12. Show that the

**magnetic induction**in webers per square meter ...Page 372

Conversely a substance which contains neither iron, cobalt, or nickel and which

is known as Heusler's alloy (61.5 per cent Cu, 23.5 per cent Mn, 15 per cent Al)

displays strong

Conversely a substance which contains neither iron, cobalt, or nickel and which

is known as Heusler's alloy (61.5 per cent Cu, 23.5 per cent Mn, 15 per cent Al)

displays strong

**magnetic**properties. It has a remanent**induction**of about 2,500 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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