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  1. Magnetic Induction, Apparent Coefficient of

    The apparent permeability of a paramagnetic body as affected by the presence of Foucault currents in the material itself. These currents act exactly as do the currents in the coils surrounding the cores of electro-magnets. They produce lines of force which may exhaust the permeability of the iron, or may, if in an opposite direction, add to its apparent permeability.

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