These terms, or equivalents for them, cannot be dispensed with by those who study both the static and the dynamic relations of electricity ; every current where there is resistance has the static element and induction involved in it, whilst every case... The Mechanics' Magazine - Pagina 2921854Volledige weergave - Over dit boek
| 1855
...conclusion, refers to the terms intensity and quantity. These terms, he remarks, or equivalents of **them, cannot be dispensed with by those who study...of the dynamic element and conduction ; and we have** setn tliat the same voltaic source, the same current in the same length of the same wire, give a different... | |
| 1854
...terms, or equivalents for them, cannot be dispensed with by those who study both the static and the **dynamic relations of electricity ; every current where...dynamic element and conduction ; and we have seen that** with the same voltaic source, the same current in the same length of the same wire gives a different... | |
| 1854
...terms, or equivalents for them, cannot be dispensed with by those who study both the static and the **dynamic relations of electricity ; every current where...case of insulation has more or less of the dynamic** e.ement and conduction ; and we have seen that, with the same voltaic source, the same current in the... | |
| 1855
...conclusion, refers to the terms intensity and quantity. These terms, he remarks, or equivalents of **them, cannot be dispensed with by those who study...same current in the same length of the same wire,** give a different result, as the intensity is made to vary with variations of induction around the wire.... | |
| 1855
...intensity and quantity. These terms, he remarks, or equivalents of them, cannot be dispensed with by thdse **who study both the static and dynamic relations of...same current in the same length of the same wire,** give a different result, as the intensity is made to vary with variations of induction around the wire.... | |
| 1855
...remarks, or equivalents of them, cannot be dispensed with by those who study both the static and djnamic **relations of electricity. Every current, where there...same current in the same length of the same wire,** give a different result, as the intensity is made to vary with variations of induction around the wire.... | |
| Michael Faraday - 1855
...terms, or equivalents for them, cannot be dispensed with by those who study both the static and the **dynamic relations of electricity ; every current where...dynamic element and conduction ; and we have seen that** with the same voltaic source, the same current in the same length of the same wire, gives a different... | |
| Henry Minchin Noad - 1855
...equivalents for them, cannot, he thinks, be dispensed with by those who study both the static and the **dynamic relations of Electricity. Every current where...more or less of the dynamic element and conduction.** The idea of intensity, or the power of overcoming resistance, is as necessary to that of Electricity,... | |
| Freeman Hunt, William B. Dana - 1858
...terms, or equivalents for them, cannot be dispensed with by those who study both the static and the **dynamic relations of electricity. Every current, where...dynamic element and conduction ; and we have seen that,** with the same voltaic source, the same current in the same length of the same wire gives a different... | |
| James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, R. G. Barnwell, Edwin Bell, William MacCreary Burwell - 1858
...terms, or equivalents for them, cannot be dispensed with by those who study both the static and the **dynamic relations of electricity. Every current, where...dynamic element and conduction ; and we have seen that,** with the same voltaic source, the same current in the same length of the same wire gives a different... | |
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