... and this is so exact that if we put, say, a silver coin whose value is 115°, no other degree will produce equality. Once knowing, therefore, the value of any metal or alloy, it is not necessary to know in advance what the metal is, for if its equality... Proceedings of the Royal Society of London - Page 58by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1879Full view - About this book
| Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1879
...the degree on scale should give the true value of the disturbance produced in the induction-balance ; **and this is so exact that if we put, say, a silver...very rapid, a few seconds sufficing to give the exact** sound-value of any metal or alloy. During the course of these experiments with this instrument I noticed... | |
| James Samuelson, Henry Lawson, William Sweetland Dallas - Science - 1879
...key up or down, then the degree on scale should give the true value of the disturbance produced in **the induction balance ; and this is so exact that...for if its equality is 115°, it is silver coin ; if** 62, iron ; if 40, lead ; if 10, bismuth ; and as there is a very wide limit between each metal, the... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1879
...this is so exact that if we put, say a silver coin whose value is 115°, no other degree will prbduce **equality. Once knowing, therefore, the value of any metal or alloy, it is not** necessarr to know in advance what the metal is, for if its equality is 115°, it is silver coin; if... | |
| Édouard Hospitalier - Electric apparatus and appliances - 1882 - 463 pages
...key is up or down, then the degree on scale should give the true value of the disturbance created in **the induction balance ; and this is so exact that...the metal is, for if its equality is 115°, it is** a silver coin; if 52°, iron; if 40°, lead; if 10°, bismuth ; and as there is a very wide limit between... | |
| Institute of Physics and the Physical Society - Physics - 1880
...the degree on scale should give the true value of the disturbance produced in the induction-balance ; **and this is so exact that if we put, say, a silver...very rapid, a few seconds sufficing to give the exact** sound-value of any metal or alloy. The respective values of the different metals may, as I have already... | |
| Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1879
...induction-balance ; and this is so exact that if we put, say, a silver coin whose value is 1 1 5°, **no other degree will produce equality. Once knowing,...advance what the metal is, for if its equality is** 1 15°, it is silver coin ; if 52, iron ; if 40, lead ; if lo, bismuth ; and as there is a very wide... | |
| Science - 1879
...the degree on scale should give the true value of the disturbance produced in the induction-balance ; **and this is so exact that if we put, say, a silver...very rapid, a few seconds sufficing to give the exact** sound-value of any metal or alloy. The respective values of the different metals may, as I have already... | |
| Electric engineering - 1879
...key is up or down, then the degree on scale should give the true value of the disturbance produced in **the induction balance ; and this is so exact that...advance what the metal is, for if its equality is** n5°, it is silver coin ; if 52, iron ; if 40, lead ; if 10, bismuth ; and as there is a very wide... | |
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