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" The advantage of this is, that by a partial revolution of the two troughs, thus united, upon pivots which support them at the ends, any fluid which may be in one trough must flow into the other, and, reversing the movement, must flow back again. The galvanic... "
Pike's Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue of Optical, Mathematical and ... - Page 327
by Benjamin Pike (Jr.), Benjamin Pike - 1848
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The Quarterly Journal, Volume 17

1824
...the ends, any fluid which may he in one trough must flow into the other, and on reversing the motion, must flow back again. The galvanic series being placed in one of the troughs, the acid in the other, by a movement such as above described, the plates may all be instantaneously...
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A manual of natural and experimental philosophy: being the ..., Volume 2

Charles Frederick Partington - Science - 1828
...galvaaic series being placed in one of the troughs, the acid in the other, by a movement such as above described, the plates may all be instantaneously subjected to the acid, or relieved from it. The pivots are made of iron, coated with brass or copper, as less liable to oxidizement;...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1837
...this arrangement is, that by a partial revolution of the two troughs, thus united, upon pivots which support them at the ends, any fluid which may be in...galvanic series being placed in one of the troughs, the acid in the other, by a movement such as above described, the plates may all be instantaneously...
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Lectures on Electricity: Comprising Galvanism, Magnetism, Electro-magnetism ...

Henry Minchin Noad - Electricity - 1844 - 457 pages
...is, that by a partial revolution of the two troughs, thus united, upon pivots which support iln'iii at the ends, any fluid which may be in one trough...acid or removed from it. The pivots are made of iron, coated with brass or copper, as less liable to oxidize* ment. A metallic communication is made between...
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Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue of Optical, Mathematical, and ...

Benjamin Pike - 1848
...of Philadelphia. A galvanic series, A, A, fixed in a trough, is combined with another trough, B, u, destitute of plates, and of a capacity sufficient...or removed from it ; the pivots are made of iron, coated with brass or copper, as less liable to oxydizement. A metallic communication is made between...
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Lectures on Electricity: Comprising Glavanism, Magnetism, Electro-magnetism ...

Henry Minchin Noad - Electricity - 1849 - 505 pages
...advantage of this is, that by a partial revolution of the two troughs, thus united, upon pivots which support them at the ends, any fluid which may be in...acid or removed from it. The pivots are made of iron, coated with brass or copper, as less liable to oxidizement. A metallic communication is made between...
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Manual of Electricity: Including Galvanism, Magnetism, Diamagnetism ..., Part 1

Henry Minchin Noad - Electricity - 1855
...advantage of thia is, that by a partial revolution of the two troughs, thus united, upon pivots which support them at the ends, any fluid which may be in...acid or removed from it. The pivots are made of iron, coated with brass or copper, as less liable to oxidizement. A metallic communication is made between...
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Manual of Electricity: Electricity and Galvanism

Henry Minchin Noad - Electricity - 1855
...advantage of this is, that by a partial revolution of the two troughs, thus united, upon pivots which support them at the ends, any fluid which may be in...troughs, and the acid in the other, by a movement such aa has been described, the plates may all be instantaneously subjected to the acid or removed from...
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The Life of Robert Hare: An American Chemist (1781-1858)

Edgar Fahs Smith - Chemists - 1917 - 508 pages
...be horizontal ; " so that by a partial revolution of the two troughs, thus united, upon pivots which support them at the ends, any fluid which may be in...trough, must flow into the other, and reversing the motion must flow back again. . . . " The observations, which are the subject of this communication,...
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Transactions, American Philosophical Society (vol. 5, 1837)

...this arrangement is, that by a partial revolution of the two troughs, thus united, upon pivots which support them at the ends, any fluid which may be in...galvanic series being placed in one of the troughs, the acid in the other, by a movement such as above described, the plates may all be instantaneously...
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