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" ... effect takes place if the secondary coil is near the opposing coil, except that the induced current is now in a contrary direction, as a similar pole of the primary acts now on the opposite side of the... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London - Page 53
by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1879
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 29

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1879
...the induction coil ; the consequence is, that as we withdraw it from one coil approaching the ot^ier, we must pass a line of absolute zero, where no current...sound ; each degree that it is moved is accompanied by * " Telegraphic Journal," December 15, 1878. its relative degree of increase ; and this measure...
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The Popular Science Review: A Quarterly Miscellany of ..., Volume 3; Volume 18

James Samuelson, Henry Lawson, William Sweetland Dallas - Science - 1879
...the induction coil ; the consequence is, that as we withdraw it from one coil approaching the other, we must pass a line of absolute zero, where no current whatever can be induced, owing to the absolute equal forces acting equally on both sides of the induction coil. This point is in the exact...
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Nature, Volume 20

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1879
...the induction-coil ; the consequence is that as we withdraw it from one coil approaching the other, we must pass a line of absolute zero, where no current whatever can be induced, owing to the absolute 1 Comptct Rtndta, December 30, 1878, and January 20, i '.7 - ; Society of Telegraph Engineers,...
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Proceedings of the Physical Society, Volumes 3-4

Institute of Physics and the Physical Society - Physics - 1880
...the induction-coil. The consequence is, that as we withdraw it from one coil and approach the other, we must pass a line of absolute zero, where no current whatever can be induced, owing to the absolute equal forces acting equally on both sides of the induction-coil. This point is in the exact...
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Nature, Volume 20

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1879
...the induction-coil ; the consequence is that as we withdraw it from one coil approaching the other, we must pass a line of absolute zero, where no current whatever can be induced, owing to the absolute 1 Comfits Rmdus, December 30. 1878, and January ao, 187^ ; Society of Telegraph Engineers,...
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The Electrical Review, Volume 7

Electric engineering - 1879
...the induction coil : the consequence is, that as we withdraw it from one coil approaching the other, we must pass a line of absolute zero, where no current whatever can be induced, owing to the absolute equal forces acting equally on both sides of the induction coil. This point is in the exact...
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Philosophical Magazine: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Applied ...

Science - 1879
...the induction-coil. The consequence is, that as we withdraw it from one coil and approach the other, we must pass a line of absolute zero, where no current whatever can be induced, owing to the absolute equal forces acting equally on both sides of the induction-coil. This point is in the exact...
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