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

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**potential**be- tween any two points of the same material can be measured , but all that can be said is that the electromotive force of the whole circuit is cyclic . THE II . Electrical Notes . By ARTHUR SCHUSTER , F.R.S. * 1. The**Vector**...Page 14

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**Vector**2πω**Potential**may be expressed as the resultant of a**vector**2.2 directed towards the origin , and another 2π j ' along the axis of X. If , in the general case , λ , u , v are the direction- cosines of the axis of flow , the ...Page 16

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**vector potential**, there seems no difficulty when the magnetic permeability is uniform throughout space , but for the surfaces of two media having a different permeability special conside- rations seem necessary . I am not aware that ...### Contents

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