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" ... represented by about 170 divisions of the scale, and in such a direction as to indicate a continued increase of magnetization. Precisely opposite effects followed the withdrawal of the magnetizing force. The settling down of the iron into a new magnetic... "
Magnetic induction in iron and other metals - Page 122
by Sir Jams Alfred Ewing - 1892 - 351 pages
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 46

Electronic journals - 1890
...magnetic state instantaneously. He goes on to say that soft iron shows much more complicated effects : " When the coil was so placed as to reduce as much as...withdrawal of the magnetising force. The settling down or the iron into a new magnetic state is thus shown to be far from instantaneous. On account of the...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 46

Electronic journals - 1890
...270 Prof. JA Ewing. [June 20, magnetometer needle .... in such a direction as to indicate a continned increase of magnetisation. Precisely opposite effects...settling down of the iron into a new magnetic state is thns shown to be far from instant*neons. On account of the complication caused by the free swings of...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 46

Electronic journals - 1890
...magnetic state instantaneously. He goes on to say that soft iron shows much more complicated effects : " When the coil was so placed as to reduce as much as...instantaneous effect, there ensued a drift of the * " Exp. Researches in Magnetism," ' PhU. Trans.,' 1885, p. 569, 52. t ' PhU. Mag.,' March, 1887,...
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Scientific Papers: 1881-1887

John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - Physics - 1900
...made to compensate for the imposition of a force equal to i H, 110 complete balance could be obtained. When the coil was so placed as to reduce as much as...instantaneous effect, there ensued a drift of the magnometer-needle represented by about 170 divisions of the scale, and in such a direction as to indicate...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

Science - 1887
...made to compensate for the imposition of a force equal to H, no complete balance could be obtained. When the coil was so placed as to reduce as much as...instantaneous effect, there ensued a drift of the magnetometer-needle represented by about 170 divisions of the scale, and in such a direction as to...
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Philosophical Magazine

Science - 1887
...made to compensate for the imposition of a force equal to \ H, no complete balance could be obtained. When the coil was so placed as to reduce as much as...instantaneous effect, there ensued a drift of the magnetometer-needle represented by about 170 divisions of the scale, and in such a direction as to...
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scientific papers

Thomas Egleston - Science - 1916
...made to compensate for the imposition of a force equal to ^ H, no complete balance could be obtained. When the coil was so placed as to reduce as much as...instantaneous effect, there ensued a drift of the magnometer-needle represented by about 170 divisions of the scale, and in such a direction as to indicate...
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