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Instabilities of a Liquid Conductor
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6.It is possible that this behavior is due to surface tension which may be influential at sufficiently small values of α.
7.At sufficiently large magnetic fields the system acts as an oscillating beam switch with a frequency of the order of 20 cps. Each switch period then includes an instability sequence as in Figs. 4 and 5.
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