## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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constant, the sensitivity is proportional to V. Hence the instrument is most suitable

for measuring large

order of 10° volts) may be measured by applying an auxiliary unknown but ...

constant, the sensitivity is proportional to V. Hence the instrument is most suitable

for measuring large

**potential**differences. Smaller**potential**differences (of theorder of 10° volts) may be measured by applying an auxiliary unknown but ...

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And after breakdown there must be a protective series resistance to lower its

remains in the nonconducting state for no grid excitation, i.e., zero grid

And after breakdown there must be a protective series resistance to lower its

**potential**and limit the current that it draws. However, it has the advantage that itremains in the nonconducting state for no grid excitation, i.e., zero grid

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If the probability that a charged particle will ionize an atom with which it collides is

proportional to its velocity, at what

ions in hydrogen if the ionization

If the probability that a charged particle will ionize an atom with which it collides is

proportional to its velocity, at what

**potential**would a proton produce additionalions in hydrogen if the ionization

**potential**of hydrogen is 16 volts? 5. From the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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