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Influence of Electrical Conductivity of Surroundings on the Natural Wave-length of an Antenna

Nature volume 143, page 723 (29 April 1939) | Download Citation

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THE free end of an antenna fed by an oscillator is connected to a metal plate under which is placed a basin of water. The conductivity of the water is changed by adding known weights of various salts. The solution is earthed and the distance between the plate and the solution is kept constant.

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  1. Physics Department, Egyptian University, Cairo.

    • R. NAKHLA

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