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" I now think it quite certain that two metals dipped in one electrolytic liquid will (when polarization is done away with) reduce two dry pieces of the same metals when connected each to each by metallic arcs to the same potential... "
Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science - Page 82
1862
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Journal, Volume 3

1874 - 586 pages
...Thomson expresses his opinion thus in 1862 : " For nearly two years I have felt quite sure that the proper explanation of voltaic action in the common voltaic arrangement is very near Volta's. I now think it quite certain that two metals dipped in one electrolytic liquid will (when polarization...
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Journal of the Society of Telegraph Engineers, Volume 3

1874 - 580 pages
...W. Thomson expresses his opinion thus in 1862: "For nearly two years I have felt quite sure that the proper explanation of voltaic action in the common voltaic arrangement is very near Volta's. I now think it quite certain that two metals dipped in one electrolytic liquid will (when polarization...
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A Physical treatise on eletricity and magnetism v. 2, Volume 2

James Edward Henry Gordon - 1880 - 388 pages
...opinion about it. Sir Wm. Thomson,! however, says, " For nearly two years I have felt sure that the proper explanation of Voltaic action in the common Voltaic arrangement is very near Volta's .... I now think it is quite certain that two metals, dipped in one electrolytic liquid, will (when...
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A Physical Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, Volume 2

James Edward Henry Gordon - 1880 - 388 pages
...opinion about it. Sir Win. Thomson/)- however, says, " For nearly two years I have felt sure that the proper explanation of Voltaic action in the common Voltaic arrangement is very near Volta's .... I now think it is quite certain that two metals, dipped in one electrolytic liquid, will (when...
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Science, Volume 54

John Michels (Journalist) - 1922 - 700 pages
...Ostwald. In 1S62 we find Lord Kelvin 4 writing: For nearly two years I have felt quite sure that the proper explanation of voltaic action in the common voltaic arrangement is very near Volta 's, which fell into discredit because Volta or his followers neglected the principle of the conservation...
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Science, Volume 21

1905 - 1018 pages
...'divided ring' experiment, in which letter he says "For nearly two years I have felt quite sure that the proper explanation of voltaic action in the common voltaic arrangement is very nearly Volta's," etc. I do not feel called upon to take up the cudgels for Thomson or for Volta. The...
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Report of the ... Meeting of the British Association for the ..., Volume 54

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1885 - 1240 pages
...quite sure that the proper explanation of voltaic action in the common voltaic arrangement is something very near Volta's, which fell into discredit because Volta or his followers neglected the principio of the conservation of force. I now think it quite certain that two metals dipped into one...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of ..., Volume 54

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1905 - 686 pages
..."divided ring" experiment, in which letter he says, "for nearly two years I have felt quite sure that the proper explanation of voltaic action in the common voltaic arrangement is very nearly Volta's," etc. I do not feel called upon to take up the cudgels for Thomson or for Volta. The...
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Constitution, List of Meetings, Officers, Committees, Fellows and ..., Volume 54

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1905 - 662 pages
...divided ring " experiment, in which letter he says, "for nearly two years I have felt quite sure that the proper explanation of voltaic action in the common voltaic arrangement is very nearly Volta's," etc. I do not feel called upon to take up the cudgels for Thomson or for Volta. The...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1905 - 662 pages
..."divided ring" experiment, in which letter he says, "for nearly two years I have felt quite sure that the proper explanation of voltaic action in the common voltaic arrangement is very nearly Volta's," etc. I do not feel called upon to take up the cudgels for Thomson or for Volta. The...
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