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" Where it is desired to produce light, the external resistance is generally that of an arc formed between two carbon electrodes ; the resistance of the arc is therefore an important factor in determining the efficiency. To realize the greatest economy,... "
The Electric Light in Its Practical Application - Page 155
by Paget Higgs - 1879 - 240 pages
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Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at ..., Volume 18

Electronic journals - 1880
...of the machine, this may be applied in the production of light, heat, electrolysis, magnetism, &c. Where it is desired to produce light, the external...the greater part of the entire circuit resistance. Houston and Thomson.) [Nov. 1. In some of our measurements the resistance of the arc was surprisingly...
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Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at ..., Volume 18

Electronic journals - 1880
...machine, this may be applied in the production of light, heat, electrolysis, magnetism, &c. \Vherc it is desired to produce light, the external resistance...greater part of the entire circuit resistance. In some of our measurements the resistance of the arc was surprisingly low, being in one instance .r>4 olim.,...
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Supplement to Spons ̓dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical ..., Volume 2

Edward Spon, Francis N. Spon - Engineering - 1880
...machine, this may be applied in the production of light, heat, electrolysis, magnetism, and the like. Where it is desired to produce light, the external...realize the greatest economy, the resistance of the arc sheuld be low, but nevertheless sheuld constitute the greater part of the entire circuit resistance....
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Supplement to Spons ̓dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical ..., Volume 2

Edward Spon, Francis N. Spon - Engineering - 1880
...machine, this may be applied in the production of light, heat, electrolysis, magnetism, and the like. Where it is desired to produce light, the external resistance is generally that of an nrc formed between two carbon electrodes. The resistance of the arc is therefore an important factor...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Electronic journals - 1879
...stated in terms of battery cells as ordinarily constructed. In regard to the second division, viz., the external work of the machine, this may be applied...greater part of the entire circuit resistance. In some of our measurements the resistance of the arc was surprisingly low, being in one instance. '54 ohm.,...
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Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 18, 1878-1880)

...of the machine, this may be applied in the production of light, heat, electrolysis, magnetism, &c. Where it is desired to produce light, the external...greater part of the entire circuit resistance. In some of our measurements the resistance of the arc was surprisingly low, being in one instance .54 ohm.,...
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The Electrical Review, Volume 7

Electrical engineering - 1879
...of the machine, this may be applied in the production of light, heat, electrolysis, magnetism, &c. Where it is desired to produce light, the external...important factor in determining the efficiency. To realise the greatest economy, the resistance of the arc should be low, but nevertheless should constitute...
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