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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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Electricity and magnetism: An elementary text-book, theoretical and practical

Sir Richard Glazebrook - Electricity - 1903 - 440 pages
...resistance of the secondary. 231. Lenz's Law. The law to which reference has already been made which states that in all cases of electromagnetic induction the induced currents have such a direction that their reactions tend to stop the motion to which they are due is known as Lenz's Law. 232. Self -Induction....
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Practical Alternating Currents and Power Transmission: A Practical Treatise ...

Newton Harrison - Electric currents, Alternating - 1906 - 375 pages
...between inductively related circuits. It is to be expected, as may be discovered by a citation of Lenz's law: That in all cases of electro-magnetic induction...direction that their reaction tends to stop the motion which produced them. In other words, the coil of the secondary is free to move, and, in consequence,...
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Practical alternating currents and power transmission: a practical treatise ...

Newton Harrison - Electric currents, Alternating - 1906 - 375 pages
...between inductively related circuits. It is to be expected, as may be discovered by a citation of Lenz's law : That in all cases of electro-magnetic induction...direction that their reaction tends to stop the motion which produced them. In other words, the coil of the secondary is free to move, and, in consequence,...
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Motor Troubles: The Tracing of Direct-current and Alternating Current Motor ...

Edward Brackett Raymond - Electric machinery - 1908 - 197 pages
...to hold up this original flux. This has been expressed as Lenz's law, that in all cases of magnetic induction the induced currents have such a direction that their reaction tends to stop the motion which produces them. L It can be shown that this value expresses in secR onds approximately two-thirds...
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Naval electricians' text book

William Hannum Grubb Bullard, United States Naval Academy. Dept. of Electrical Engineering - Electrical engineering - 1908 - 976 pages
...them. Lcnz's Law. This phenomenon of induced currents is summed up in Lenz's law, which states that " in all cases of electromagnetic induction, the induced currents have such a direction that by their reaction, they tend to stop the motion which produces them." Illustration of Induction. As...
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Elementary Lessons in Electricity & Magnetism

Silvanus Phillips Thompson - Electricity - 1914 - 638 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...a direction that their reaction tends to stop the motio.i which produces them. This is known as Lenz's law : it is a particular case of the more general...
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Alternating current signaling

Harold McCready, Union Switch and Signal Company - Railroads - 1915 - 548 pages
...which the torque of the motor shaft had forced them; this is in accordance with Lenz's Law stating that in all cases of electro-magnetic induction, the...direction that their reaction tends to stop the motion which produces them. In fact, the rotor bars will be forced just far enough within the stator field...
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Naval Electricians' Text Book ..., Volume 1

William Hannum Grubb Bullard, John Thomas Tompkins, Amon Bronson, Leonard Allison Doggett - Electric engineering - 1915
...direction to the direction, M, of the motion of the conductor. This is an exemplification of Lenz's law that " in all cases of electromagnetic induction the induced currents have such a direction that by their reaction they tend to stop the motion which produces them." In order that there shall be motion...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 10

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1918
...substances, such as bismuth, phosphorus, antimony, zinc, etc., are repelled by magnetism or are diamagnctic ('Phil. Trans.,' 1845). Brugans of Leyden in 1778...that currents could be induced from the secondary of an induction coil to the primary of a second coil, thence to its secondary wire, and so on to the...
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electricity and magnetism

1927
...resistance of the secondary. 231. Lena's Law. The law to which reference has already been made which states that in all cases of electromagnetic induction the induced currents have such a direction that their reactions tend to stop the motion to which they are due is known as Lenz's Law. 232. Self-induction....
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