Elements of Galvanism, in Theory and Practice: With a Comprehensive View of Its History, from the First Experiments of Galvani to the Present Time : Containing Also, Practical Directions for Constructing the Galvanic Apparatus, and Plain Systematic Instructions for Performing All the Various Experiments ; in Two Volumes, Volume 1
Murray, 1804 - 468 pages
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