## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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impart to a mass of 1 kilogram an acceleration of 1

This unit force is called the newton. The unit of work is the newton

and the unit of power is the joule per second ol watt. As the unit of charge is not ...

impart to a mass of 1 kilogram an acceleration of 1

**meter**per second pe second.This unit force is called the newton. The unit of work is the newton

**meter**or joule,and the unit of power is the joule per second ol watt. As the unit of charge is not ...

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An auxiliary battery and variable resistance arranged as a simple potentiometer

is used to apply an adjustable potential difference to the

these terminals are also connected the emf. terminals of a precision

potentiometer.

An auxiliary battery and variable resistance arranged as a simple potentiometer

is used to apply an adjustable potential difference to the

**meter**terminals. Tothese terminals are also connected the emf. terminals of a precision

potentiometer.

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1 ampere Electric field. . . . . . e 1 volt/

36 r X ...

1 ampere Electric field. . . . . . e 1 volt/

**meter**1 volt 1 coulomb/**meter**? 1 coulomb/**meter**? 1 m ho/**meter**| 1 ohm 1 farad 1 weber 1 weber/**meter**? 1 ampere turn/**meter**1 ampere turn 1 weber,'**meter**? 1 henry 1 ampere turn/weber 1 weber 1/(36 r X ...

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