## The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of ScienceTaylor & Francis, 1891 |

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**potential**, so the stricter meaning , rate of fall of**potential**, may be disregarded just now . If we define the difference of**potential**between two points as proportional to the work done on a unit quantity of electricity moving from ...Page 202

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**potential**at P is greater than at Q : then a slight shake may cause a passage of electricity from P to Q , and this will diminish the**potential**at P and increase it at Q. Thus the**potential**tends to become uniform throughout the ...Page 522

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**potential**anywhere is AP 。 + А¿Ð1r + A2P2n2 + & c . If the**potential**along an axis is Bo 2 B1 B1 B2 + 2/2 + + & c . , where Bo , B1 , B2 , & c . are constants , 23 the**potential**anywhere is BoP 。 B1P1 , B2P , + 7 ' p2 + 2.3 + & c . I ...### Contents

FIFTH SERIES | 1 |

JULY 1891 | 17 |

Mr S T Preston on an Acoustic Thermometera Suggestion | 58 |

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