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" Lenz, in 1834, summed up the matter by saying that in all cases of electromagnetic induction the induced currents have such a direction that their reaction tends to stop the motion which produces them. "
The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge - Page 176
1918
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Elementary Lessons in Electricity & Magnetism

Silvanus Phillips Thompson - Electricity - 1881 - 446 pages
...motion. Lenz, in 1834, summed up the matter by saying that in all cases of electromagnetic induction -j , the induced currents have such a direction that their reaction * tends to stop the motion which produces them. This is known as Lenz's Law. 397. Mutual Induction of Two Circuits. — In Art.32o...
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Notes on Electricity and Magnetism: Designed as a Companion to Silvanus P ...

Joseph Ballard Murdock - Electricity - 1884 - 139 pages
...the current which would cause the motion. Lenz deduced this relation independently, and his statement that " in all cases of electromagnetic induction the...direction that their reaction tends to stop the motion which produces them " is known as Lenz's Law. As an illustration of the use of the law, suppose a magnet...
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Elementary Lessons in Electricity & Magnetism

Silvanus Phillips Thompson - Electricity - 1884 - 456 pages
...passing through the circuit, and so stop the motion. Lenr, in 1834, summed up the matter by saying that in all cases of electromagnetic induction the...currents have such a direction that their reaction lends to stop the motion which produces them. This is known as Lenz's Law. 397. Mutual Induction of...
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Elementary Lessons in Electricity & Magnetism

Silvanus Phillips Thompson - Electricity - 1886 - 456 pages
...passing through the circuit, and so stop the motion. Lenz, in 1834, summed up the matter by saying that in all cases of electromagnetic induction the...direction that their reaction tends to stop the motion which produces them. This is known as Lenz's Law. 397. Mutual Induction of Two Circuits. — In Art....
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Electricity in the service of man: a popular and practical treatise on the ...

Alfred Urbanitzky (Ritter von) - Electric engineering - 1886 - 859 pages
...length. Lenz's Law. — Lenz, in 1834, summed up the inductive action of currents and magnets by saying, that in all cases of electro-magnetic induction the...direction that their reaction tends to stop the motion which produces them. This is known as Lenz's law, and coupled with what we have Fig. 187. —Induction...
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Electricity in the Service of Man: A Popular and Practical Treatise on the ...

Alfred Ritter von Urbanitzky - Electric engineering - 1886 - 859 pages
...action of currents and magnets by saying, that in all cases of electro-magnetic induction the indued currents have such a direction that their reaction tends to stop the motion which produces them. This is known as Lenz's law, and coupled with what we have Fig. 187. — Induction...
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Proceedings of the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow, Volume 24

Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow - Science - 1893
...current in the secondary can in each case be found. It is known as Lenz's law. and is stated thus: — " In all cases of electro-magnetic induction the induced...direction that their reaction tends to stop the motion which produces them." These theoretical conclusions are practically applicable to the induction coil,...
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Elementary Lessons in Electricity & Magnetism

Silvanus Phillips Thompson - Electricity - 1894 - 638 pages
...motion. Lenz, in 1834, summed up the matter by saying that in all cases of electromagnetic induction lh,- induced currents have such a direction that their reaction tends to stop tin- moiinn which produces them. This is known as Lenz's law : it is a particular case of the more...
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The practical telephone handbook: and guide to the telephonic exchange

J. Poole - Technology & Engineering - 1895 - 347 pages
...this variation. Lenz's Law is applicable to all electrical induced effects, and states : — That " the induced currents have such a direction that their reaction tends to stop the motion or current which produces them." Current Induction. — Wires conveying electric currents also exhibit...
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A System of Electrotherapeutics: Direct currents. Magnetism and ...

International Correspondence Schools - Electrotherapeutics - 1903
...coil A. Applying Lenz's law to this phenomenon, we may sum up the matter by saying that in. all canes of electromagnetic induction the induced currents...direction that their reaction tends to stop the motion which produces them. 64. Mutual Induction. — The mutual induction is in reality only a modification...
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