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Show that the capacitance per unit length is

Show that the capacitance per unit length is

**given**approximately by c- ( 410 ) where a is the geometrical mean of the two radii . Approximately what B & S gauge wire ( state diameter in millimeters as well as gauge ) would be necessary ...Page 229

For propagation in directions other than parallel to the static field B , it is straightforward to show that , if terms of the order of wb are neglected compared to w ? and wwb , the index of refraction is still

For propagation in directions other than parallel to the static field B , it is straightforward to show that , if terms of the order of wb are neglected compared to w ? and wwb , the index of refraction is still

**given**by ( 7.102 ) .Page 305

More complete discussions of antennas and antenna arrays are

More complete discussions of antennas and antenna arrays are

**given**in engineering works , such as Jordan , Kraus , Schelkunoff , Silver . The subject of diffraction has a very extensive literature . A comprehensive treatment of both the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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