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Technique for Measuring Position Dependent Electrical Resistivity
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13.Type 1432 resistance boxes, type 1409 capacitors, and type 578 doubly shielded transformers. Actually, we use four type 578 transformers with switching. On the input, we use a 578‐A for 1–750 cps and a 578‐C above 750 cps. On the output, we use a 578‐A from 1–1800 cps and a 578‐C above 1800 cps.
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19.This solution is obtained for a slightly different differential equation, for which the curvature of the surface is ignored. Therefore, it is a good approximation only very close to the surface.
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