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" Hence arises still further confirmation, if any were required, of the identity of common and voltaic electricity, and that the differences of intensity and quantity are quite sufficient to account for what were supposed to be their distinctive qualities. "
On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences - Page 357
by Mary Somerville - 1834 - 458 pages
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The Connection of the Physical Sciences

Mary Somerville - 1834 - 390 pages
...magnetic fluids ; and although it has not yet been seen from the thcrmo and animal electricities, there can be no doubt that it is only on account of their...passes through the galvanometer, whatever its intensity maybe. In light, heat, and electricity, or magnetism, nature has exhibited principles which do not...
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Experimental Researches in Electricity: Series 1-14 [Phil. trans., 1831-38] 1839

Michael Faraday - 1839 - 614 pages
...still further confirmation, if any were required, of the identity of common and voltaic electricity, and that the differences of intensity and quantity...what were supposed to be their distinctive qualities. 379. The extension which the present investigations have enabled me to make of the facts and views...
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The Dynamical Theory of the Formation of the Earth, Volume 2

Archibald Tucker Ritchie - 1850 - 678 pages
...action on the human frame, and, lastly, the spark," and so forth. " Indeed, the conclusion drawn by Dr. Faraday is, that the five kinds of electricity are...the galvanometer, whatever its intensity may be."* Quoting again from that inexhaustible compendium, the Encyclopedia Britannica, we are informed, that...
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The Medical and legal relations of madness

Joshua Burgess - 1858 - 283 pages
...still further confirmation, if any were required, of the identity of common and voltaic electricity, and that the differences of intensity and quantity...account for what were supposed to be their distinctive qualities."2 The ' Lond. and Ed. Phil. Mag. and Journ. of Science,' treats of Faraday's Discoveries...
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The Creation

Archibald Tucker Ritchie - 1874 - 664 pages
...action on the human frame, and, lastly, the spark," and so forth. " Indeed, the conclusion drawn by Dr. Faraday is, that the five kinds of electricity are...the galvanometer, whatever its intensity may be." t Quoting again from that inexhaustible compendium, the " Encyclopaedia Britannica," we are informed...
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The Fundamental Laws of Electrolytic Conduction: Memoirs by Faraday, Hittorf ...

Harry Manley Goodwin - 1899 - 114 pages
...compensate for the bad conductor now interposed. of the identity of common and voltaic electricity, and that the differences of intensity and quantity...what were supposed to be their distinctive qualities. The extension which the present investigations have enabled me to make of the facts and views constituting...
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The London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1836 - 598 pages
...still further confirmation, if any were required, of the identity of common and voltaic electricity; and that the differences of intensity and quantity...were supposed to be their distinctive qualities^." And elsewhere referring to Cavendish, as the author of this opinion, it is alleged that it " only requires...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1852
...and that from a voltaic pile, for the purpose not only of confirming their identity " by proving " that the differences of intensity and quantity are...account for what were supposed to be their distinctive quantities," " but also of demonstrating certain general principles*." To support the opinion of identity,...
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Philosophical Transactions, Giving Some Account of the Present ..., Part 1

1833 - 530 pages
...still further confirmation, if any were required, of the identity of common and voltaic electricity, and that the differences of intensity and quantity...what were supposed to be their distinctive qualities. 379. The extension which the present investigations have enabled me to make of the facts and views...
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The Annals of Electricity Magnetism and Chemistry and Guardian of ..., Volume 1

576 pages
...further confirmation, if any were required, of the identity of common and voltaic electricity, nnd that the differences of intensity and quantity are...sufficient to account for what were supposed to be Iheir distinctive qualities. 379. The extension which the present investigations have enabled me to...
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