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Deviation in the direction of current....

by ankur.schwing
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ankur.schwing
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Apr12-10, 03:39 AM
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Is there any law of refraction of direct current lines at the boundry between two conducting media relating with conductivities and the angles between the current lines and the normal of the boundry surface..?
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ankur.schwing
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Apr17-10, 01:47 PM
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Please help........


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