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" There is no substance better fitted, under ordinary circumstances, to be the indicating body in such an instrument than water ; for it is decomposed with facility when rendered a better conductor by the addition of acids or salts; its elements may in... "
Cyclopædic science simplified - Page 348
by John Henry Pepper - 1877
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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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