Conduction of Electricity Through Gases

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Watchmaker Publishing, Mar 1, 2005 - Science - 692 pages
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Contents

CHAP PAOB I Electrical Conductivity of Gases in a normal state
1
Properties of a Gas when in the conducting state
9
Mathematical Theory of the Conduction of Electricity through a Gas containing Ions
84
Effect produced by a Magnetic Field on the Motion of the Ions
104
Determination of the Ratio of the Charge to the Mass of an Ion
117
Determination of the Charge carried by the Negative Ion
150
On some Physical Properties of Gaseous Ions
163
lonisation by Incandescent Solids
188
Power of the Elements in general to emit ionising radiation
410
lonisation due to Chemical Action the bubbling of air through water and the splashing of drops
420
Spark Discharge
430
Discharge through Gases at Low Pressures
528
Theory of the Discharge through Vacuum Tubes
585
The Electric Arc
604
Cathode Rays
621
Rontgen Rays
644

lonisation in Gases from Flames
228
lonisation by Light PhotoElectric Effects
250
lonisation by Rontgen Rays
291
Rays from Radioactive Substances
332
Properties of Moving Electrified Bodies
650
INDEX
665
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