## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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However, this

used. In fact, this

is written K. C * = C, Since the capacity is by definition the

However, this

**ratio**is a characteristic of the particular dielectric medium that isused. In fact, this

**ratio**is defined to be the dielectric constant of the substance andis written K. C * = C, Since the capacity is by definition the

**ratio**of the charge to ...Page 116

4.8 * = ** – – o – io Vo a + y + 1 (4.11) Eliminating y between Eqs. (4.10) and (

4.11) Vo _ 10 1 + 2 (4.12) V1 it 1 — ac Ten times the log10 of the

power to the output power is said to be the attenuation, a, in decibels of the ...

4.8 * = ** – – o – io Vo a + y + 1 (4.11) Eliminating y between Eqs. (4.10) and (

4.11) Vo _ 10 1 + 2 (4.12) V1 it 1 — ac Ten times the log10 of the

**ratio**of the inputpower to the output power is said to be the attenuation, a, in decibels of the ...

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The emf. induced in a wire of length 1 is E. 1, and since n is a unit vector

perpendicular to E, Eq. (16.31) can be written 2T/X E'. a, where E' is a vector of

length E but rotated its 2 about the wave normal, i.e., in the direction of B. The

The emf. induced in a wire of length 1 is E. 1, and since n is a unit vector

perpendicular to E, Eq. (16.31) can be written 2T/X E'. a, where E' is a vector of

length E but rotated its 2 about the wave normal, i.e., in the direction of B. The

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