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What refers to such work at very low temperaturesa near absolute zero?

A. Cryogenics

B. Superconductivity

C. Subsonic

D. Thermionic

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  2. The unit of elastance is
  3. At what frequency will an inductor of 5mH have the same reactance as a capacitor of 0.1 F?
  4. Delta to wye or wye to delta transformation technique is applied to a ___ network.
  5. Series resonance occurs when
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  7. In an ac circuita the power dissipated as heat depends on
  8. When the temperature of copper wire is increased its resistance is
  9. For multi-plate capacitora capacitance is proportional to
  10. The maximum power transfer theorem is used in
  11. Which of the following materials has the lowest dielectric strength?
  12. How many coulombs are delivered by a storage battery in 25 hours if it is supplying current at the rate…
  13. The value of temperature coefficient ( ) is dependent upon
  14. ³Any resistance R in a branch of a network in which a current I is flowing can be replaced by a…
  15. What is the total capacitance of 10 capacitorsa each of 20 F in series?
  16. What is the resonant frequency of a circuit when L of 25 microhenrys and C of 10 picofarads are in parallel?
  17. The hot resistance of an incandescent lamp is about ___ times its cold resistance.
  18. Which of the following is a preferred resistor value?
  19. For series capacitorsa total charge is
  20. An open inductor has
  21. The charge in the capacitor is stored at the
  22. The presence of an electric current is made known by
  23. What does a capacitor store?
  24. What is the specific resistance of a pure germanium?
  25. What is the reading of an ohmmeter for a shorted capacitor?
  26. Norton¶s theorem is ____ Thevenin¶s theorem.
  27. Points to be considered in choosing a capacitor
  28. In a series RLCcircuit
  29. The capacitor opposes any change in voltage across it by
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