The Scientific Papers of James Clerk Maxwell ...

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University Press, 1890 - Electromagnetism
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Contents

Experiment in MagnetoElectric Induction in a letter to W R Grove F RS
121
On a Method of Making a Direct Comparison of Electrostatic with Electro magnetic Force with a Note on the Electromagnetic Theory of Light
125
XXXVII On the Cyclide
144
On a Bow seen on the Surface of Ice
160
On Reciprocal Figures Frames and Diagrams of Forces
161
On the Displacement in a Case of Fluid Motion
208
Address to the Mathematical and Physical Sections of the British Associa tion 1870
215
On ColourVision at different points of the Retina
230
On Hills and Dales
233
XLIV Introductory Lecture on Experimental Physics
241
On the Solution of Electrical Problems by the Transformation of Conjugate Functions
256
On the Mathematical Classification of Physical Quantities
257
On Colour Vision
267
On the Geometrical Mean Distance of Two Figures on a Plane
280
On the Induction of Electric Currents in an Infinite Plane Sheet of uniform Conductivity
286
On the Condition that in the Transformation of any Figure by Curvilinear Coordinatesin Three Dimensions every angle in the new Figure shall be eq...
297
Reprint of Papers on Electrostatics and Magnetism By Sir W Thomson Review
301
On the Proof of the Equations of Motion of a Connected System
308
On a Problem in the Calculus of Variations in which the solution is dis continuous
310
On Action at a Distance
311
Elements of Natural Philosophy By Professors Sir W Thomson and P 0 Tait Review
324
On the Theory of a System of Electrified Conductors and other Physical Theories involving Homogeneous Quadratic Functions
329
On the Focal Lines of a Refracted Pencil
332
An Essay on the Mathematical Principles of Physics By the Rev James Challis M A c Review
338
On Loschmidts Experiments on Diffusion in relation to the Kinetic Theory of Gases
343
On the Final State of a System of Molecules in motion subject to forces of any kind
351
Faraday
355
Molecules A Lecture
361
On Double Refraction in a Viscous Fluid in Motion
379

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