## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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Z122 z1 + Z2 In terms of the resistance and

)(R, + j X2) Z ... (13.14) (R1 + R2)” –H (X1 + X2)* These are the expressions for

the resistance and

Z122 z1 + Z2 In terms of the resistance and

**reactance**of each branch , (R, + j X1)(R, + j X2) Z ... (13.14) (R1 + R2)” –H (X1 + X2)* These are the expressions for

the resistance and

**reactance**for two L-R-C circuits in parallel as shown in Fig.Page 511

This type of circuit may also be used to produce

Both positive and negative (inductive and capacitative)

but the ordinary inductive

the ...

This type of circuit may also be used to produce

**reactances**of unusual types.Both positive and negative (inductive and capacitative)

**reactances**are familiar,but the ordinary inductive

**reactance**varies as the first power of the frequency andthe ...

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Design a circuit of type a using the negative transconductance of a type 57

pentode to produce a positive

the frequency. Using this circuit, construct one having a

the ...

Design a circuit of type a using the negative transconductance of a type 57

pentode to produce a positive

**reactance**depending on the inverse first power ofthe frequency. Using this circuit, construct one having a

**reactance**depending onthe ...

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