## Philosophical MagazineTaylor & Francis., 1898 - Physics |

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**mutual inductances**made of wires twisted together and wound into coils . In this way the self - induc- tances of the coils are all practically equal and the**mutual inductances**of pairs of coils also equal . Hence we have only to measure ...Page 68

... inductances and resistances equal to or less than L and R. The correction for electrostatic induction remains to be put in . For the general case , the equation is very complicated for coils abreast , with

... inductances and resistances equal to or less than L and R. The correction for electrostatic induction remains to be put in . For the general case , the equation is very complicated for coils abreast , with

**mutual inductances**. The number of ...Page 85

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**mutual inductances**in the coil , the resistances can be adjusted to satisfy one equation , while the experiment will give the other , and hence the capacity in terms of the inductance . Again , pass a current whose phase can be varied ...### Contents

CONTENTS OF VOL XLV | 1 |

F Brush on the Transmission of Radiant Heat | 31 |

Mr W H Macaulay on the Stresses and Deflection | 42 |

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