Measurement Techniques

, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp 212–219 | Cite as

Effect of the coil inductance on the frequency error of rectifying insruments

  • E. N. Kurilov
  • M. N. Drogomyzhskaya
Electrical Measurements


The conclusions arrived at in this article (together with power, temperature compensation, sensitivity and other considerations) can serve for obtaining a more reasonable selection of parameters for rectifying instruments and their circuit.


Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Coil Inductance Temperature Compensation Frequency Error 
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© Instrument Society of America 1960

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  • E. N. Kurilov
  • M. N. Drogomyzhskaya

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