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" I endeavoured upon this law to construct an instrument which should measure out the electricity passing through it, and which, being interposed in the course of the current used in any particular experiment, should serve at pleasure, either as a comparative... "
Cyclopadic Science Simplified - Page 314
by John Henry Pepper - 1869 - 685 pages
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Annals of Electricity, Magnetism, and Chemistry: And Guardian of ..., Volume 1

1837 - 590 pages
...instrument which should measure out the electricity passing through it, and which, being interposed in the course of the current used in any particular experiment,...effect, or as a positive measurer of this subtile agent. 706. There is no substance better fitted, under ordinary circumstances, to be the indicating body in...
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Lectures on Electricity: Comprising Galvanism, Magnetism, Electro-magnetism ...

Henry Minchin Noad - 1844 - 516 pages
...which, being interposed in the course of the current used in any particular experiment, should plo serve at pleasure, either as a comparative standard...effect, or as a positive measurer of this subtile agent. Water, acidulated with sulphuric acid, was the electrolyte chosen ; and Fig. 144, exhibits ono of the...
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A Manual of Electricity ...

Henry Minchin Noad - 1855 - 574 pages
...instrument which should measure out the Electricity passing through it, and which, being interposed in the course of. the current used in any particular...effect, or as a positive measurer of this subtile agent. Water, acidulated with sulphuric acid, was the electrolyte chosen, and Fig. 201 exhibits one of the...
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Experimental Researches in Electricity, Volume 1

Michael Faraday - 1839 - 634 pages
...instrument which should measure out the electricity passing through it, and which, being interposed in the course of the current used in any particular experiment,...effect, or as a positive measurer of this subtile agent. 706. There is no substance better fitted, under ordinary circumstances, to be the indicating body in...
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Memoirs of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1883 - 514 pages
...the electricity passing through it, and which, being interposed in the course of the current used, should serve at pleasure either as a comparative standard of effect .or as a positive measure of the subtle agent.' § 706. . . . ' Water therefore, acidulated by sulphuric acid, is the...
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Memoirs of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1883 - 778 pages
...the electricity passing through it, and which, being interposed in the course of the current used, should serve at pleasure either as a comparative standard of effect or as a positive measure of the subtle agent.' § 706. . . . ' Water therefore, acidulated by sulphuric acid, is the...
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A Centenary of Science in Manchester (in a Series of Notes)

Robert Angus Smith - 1883 - 500 pages
...the electricity passing through it, and which, being interposed in the course of the current used, should serve at pleasure either as a comparative standard of effect or as a positive measure of the subtle agent.' § 706. . . . ' Water therefore, acidulated by sulphuric acid, is the...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898 - 766 pages
...quantity of electricity," and following this thought constructed an instrument which, "being interposed in the course of the current, used in any particular...or as a positive measurer of this subtile agent." Again, having repeated all his earlier experiments with the most varying conditions, he wrote "variations...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the ..., Volume 47, Part 1898

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898 - 768 pages
...quantity of electricity," and following this thought constructed an instrument which, "being interposed in the course of the current, used in any particular...or as a positive measurer of this subtile agent." Again, having repeated all his earlier experiments with the most varying conditions, he wrote "variations...
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Proceedings, Volume 47

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1898 - 764 pages
...quantity of electricity," and following this thought constructed an instrument which, "being interposed in the course of the current, used in any particular...or as a positive measurer of this subtile agent." Again, having repeated all his earlier experiments with the most varying conditions, he wrote "variations...
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