## A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, Volume 1 |

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### Contents

The expression of a quantity consists of two factors the nu merical value and the name of the concrete unit | 1 |

35 The three fundamental unitsLength Time and Mass 2 | 2 |

Derived units | 5 |

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action angle axes axis called centre charge circuit closed curve closed surface coefficients coefficients of potential components conducting conductor constant corresponding denote density determine dielectric difference of potentials differential dimensions direction discharge disk distance distribution of electricity elec electric displacement electric force electrified bodies electrified point electrodes electrolyte electromotive force electromotive intensity element energy equilibrium equipotential surfaces expressed finite fluid galvanometer glass Green's Theorem guard-ring heat Hence homogeneous function images inductor infinite insulated integral intersection inverse Laplace's equation line-integral lines of force magnetic mathematical measured medium metal method negative particles phenomena placed plane plate polarization positive electricity potential zero produce quantity of electricity Quaternions radius region resin resistance respect shewn side solid harmonic space sphere spherical harmonics spherical surface substance suppose surface-density surface-integral temperature theorem theory Thomson tricity unit of electricity vector vessel wire zonal harmonic