An introduction to the theory of electricity: with numerous examples (Google eBook)

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Macmillan and co., 1885 - Electricity - 326 pages
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Contents

Three planes mutually at right angles
107
118121 A sphere under the influence of an electrified particle 10
113
Induction on two concentric spheres with an electrified point between them
116
Geometrical Inversion
118
Definition of electrical Images by inversion
121
Electrified sphere under an electrified particle
123
Electrification of a conductor formed of two spheres inter secting at right angles
124
Electrification of a conductor formed of three spheres inter secting at right angles
125
Electrification of two spheres in contact
127
Applications of inversion to various problems
128
Theory of the Voltaic Cell
148
CHAPTER VI
165
Investigation of the formula CR nK
185
CHAPTER VIII
218
Experiment on a broken magnet Intensity of Magnetiza
222
Physical explanation of diamagnetism
228
Electrical Inertia Equation of energy
247
two systems
266
ABT PAGE 277 Galvanometer Constant for a Galvanometer of a few turns
277
Coefficient of Mutual induction for two coaxial Solenoids
294
of wire
296
Throw of a galvanometer needle owing to the passage of an instantaneous electric discharge
299
Explanation of Deadbeat Galvanometer
301
Thomsons Current Accumulator
302
2835 Methods of determining the velocity which connests the measures and units in the Electrostatic with those in the Electromagnetic system Conne...
307
CHAPTER XI
313
Cummings experiment and Thomsons reasoning on it
315
Experiments of Thomson and Magnus
316
Measure of Peltier effect
317
Peltier effect in terms of the temperature
318
The E M P and Thermoelectric power of a couple
319
Property of Thermoelectric powers of three metals
320
Properties of the Thermoelectric diagram
321
Unverified assumption in diagram
324

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