## Electricity and magnetism |

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### Contents

STEADY CURRENTS | 57 |

PROPERTIES OF ELECTRICAL CONDUCTORS | 84 |

THE MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF CURRENTS AND MOVING | 116 |

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### Other editions - View all

Electricity and Magnetism, Volume 1: Third Edition B. I. Bleaney,Brebis Bleaney Limited preview - 2013 |

Electricity and Magnetism, Volume 2: Third Edition BI Bleaney,Betty Isabelle Bleaney,Brebis Bleaney Limited preview - 2013 |

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