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" If the uniting wire be placed in a horizontal plane under the magnetic needle, all the effects are the same as when it is above the needle, only they are in an opposite direction; for the pole of the magnetic needle next the negative end of the battery... "
Treatises on Electricity, Galvanism, Magnetism, and Electro-magnetism - Page 4
by Peter Mark Roget - 1832 - 316 pages
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An essay on magnetic attractions

Peter Barlow - 1823
...transmission of effects through all these matters has never before been observed in electricity and galvanism. If the uniting wire be placed in a horizontal plane under the magnetic needle, all the effects are the same as when it is above the needle, only they are in opposite directions ;...
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Library of Useful Knowledge: Natural philosophy, Volume 2

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1832
...the result of a simple attractive or repulsive influence, for the same pole of the magnetic need!« which approaches the uniting wire when placed on its...east. (13.) The effects above described will Fig. I. be more clearly understood from an inspection of Figs. 1 and 2, where N, S present the two opposite...
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Library of useful knowledge: Natural philosophy...

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Science - 1832
...from it when placed on its west side. (12.) If the uniting wire be placed in a horizontal plane tinder the magnetic needle the latter is affected to an equal...negative end of the battery now deviates towards the cast. (13.) The effects above described will Fig. I. K ibe more clearly understood from an inspection...
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The Scientific Class-book; Or, A Familiar Introduction to the ..., Part 1

Walter R. Johnson - 1836
...depressed. If the connecting wire be placed below the plane in which the needle moves, and parallel with it, the pole of the needle next to the negative end of the wire will move towards the east; and the attractions and repulsions will be relatively contrary to...
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The Boston School Compendium of Natural and Experimetal Philosophy ...

Richard Green Parker - Physics - 1838 - 213 pages
...821. If the connecting wire be placed below the plane in which the needle moves, and parallel with it, the pole of the needle next to the negative end of the wire will move toward? the east; and the attractions and repulsions will be the reverse of those observed...
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Manual of Chemistry

Richard Dennis Hoblyn - Chemistry - 1841 - 310 pages
...placed in the same horizontal plane as the needle, no declinations to the east or west take place ; but the pole of the needle next to the negative end of the wire is depressed when the wire is placed on the west side of it, and elevated when the wire is on...
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A System of Natural Philosophy: Designed for the Use of Schools and ...

Walter Rogers Johnson - History - 1842
...depressed. If the connecting wire be placed below the plane in which the needle moves, and parallel with it, the pole of the needle next to the negative end of the wire will more towards the east; and the attractions and repulsions will be relatively contrary to...
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Boston School Compendium of Natural and Experimental Philosophy

Richard Green Parker - Science - 1844 - 237 pages
.... If the connecting wire be placed below the plane in which the needle moves, and parallel with it, the pole of the needle next to the negative end of the wire will move towards the east ; and the attractions and repulsions will be the reverse of those observed...
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Encyclopędia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge, ed. by E ...

Encyclopaedia - 1845
...not actually the electric fluid that is transmitted, but some power that is excited by its presence. If the uniting wire be placed in a horizontal plane under the magnetic needle, all the effects are the same as when it is above the needle, only they are in opposite directions ;...
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A manual of natural philosophy, by J.L. Comstock and R.D. Hoblyn

John Lee Comstock, Richard Dennis Hoblyn - 1846
...placed in the same horizontal plane as the needle, no declinations to the east or west take place; but the pole of the needle next to the negative end of the wire is depressed when 810. " When one part or side of an electric is positively, the other part or...
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