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1.Vincent Cushing, 32, 225 (1961)., Rev. Sci. Instrum.
2.J. A. Shercliff, Theory of Electromagnetic Flow‐Measurement (Cambridge University Press, London, 1962).
3.See, for instance, Wolfgang Panofsky and Melba Phillips, Classical Electricity and Magnetism (Addison‐Wesley Publishing Company, Inc., Reading, Massachusetts, 1955), p. 148.
4.W. C. Roentgen, Ann. Physik 35, 264 (1888).
5.A. Eichenwald, Ann. Physik 11, 1, 241 (1903).
6.One must be careful that the permeable material is not necked down so far that the reluctance between becomes non‐negligible, for it is implicit in the boundary condition expressed by Eq. (10) that the magnetic reluctance in the magnetic permeable material between any two points is virtually zero.
7.Kurt Lion, Instrumentation in Scientific Research (McGraw‐Hill Book Company, Inc., New York, 1959), p. 179.
8.Ref. 2, p. 19.
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