## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. Very high resistances in the range from 107 to 10”

these are generally unreliable even for short periods. More satisfactory

resistances ...

Gaylord Probasco Harnwell. Very high resistances in the range from 107 to 10”

**ohms**can be made by drawing an India-ink line on good-quality paper, thoughthese are generally unreliable even for short periods. More satisfactory

resistances ...

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How low must the junction resistances of a 0.1-

total resistance the shunt introduces shall be its nominal value to within 1 per

cent? 17. A dry cell shows an emf. of 1.579 volts as measured by a potentiometer.

How low must the junction resistances of a 0.1-

**ohm**shunt be in order that thetotal resistance the shunt introduces shall be its nominal value to within 1 per

cent? 17. A dry cell shows an emf. of 1.579 volts as measured by a potentiometer.

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Design an attenuator of the type of Fig. 4.9 to attenuate in steps of 2 db. from 0 to

50 db and work between resistances of 600

the load resistance and the value of g of a cable is greater than 1, the hyperbolic

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Design an attenuator of the type of Fig. 4.9 to attenuate in steps of 2 db. from 0 to

50 db and work between resistances of 600

**ohms**. 28. Show that if the product ofthe load resistance and the value of g of a cable is greater than 1, the hyperbolic

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