## A treatise on electricity and magnetism, Volume 2Volume 2 of an important foundation work of modern physics. Brings to final form Maxwell's theory of electromagnetism and rigorously derives his general equations of field theory. |

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### Contents

MAGNETISM CHAPTER I | 1 |

Action of magnets on one another Law of magnetic force | 2 |

Definition of magnetic units and their dimensions | 3 |

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