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" ... measure may be expressed in the degrees of the millimetres passed through, or by the square of the distances in accordance with the curve of electro-magnetic action. If we place in the coils of the induction-balance a piece of metal (say copper, bismuth,... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London - Page 54
by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1879
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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
...induction balance a piece of metal, say copper, bismuth, or iron, we at once produce a disturbance of the balance, and it will give out sounds more or less...if its coil be at zero, we should hear sounds when the key is up or in connection with the induction balance, and no sounds or silence when the key is...
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Nature, Volume 20

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1879
...induction-balance a piece of metal, say copper, bismuth, or iron, we at once produce a disturbance of the balance, and it will give out sounds more or less...invariably the same for a similar metaL If by means of the switching-key the telephone is instantly transferred to the sonometer, and if its coil be at zero,...
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Proceedings, Volumes 3-4

Physical Society of London - Physics - 1880
...induction-balance a piece of metal (say copper, bismuth, or iron), we at once produce a disturbance of the balance, and it will give out sounds more or less...key the telephone is instantly transferred to the * If the coils c and e are of unequal size, the zero of the scale will occupy a position similar to...
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Proceedings of the Physical Society, Volumes 3-4

Institute of Physics and the Physical Society - Physics - 1880
...induction-balance a piece of metal (say copper, bismuth, or iron), we at once produce a disturbance of the balance, and it will give out sounds more or less...transferred to the sonometer, and if its coil be at zero, we hear sounds when the key is up, or in connexion with the wire g, which leads to the induction-balance,...
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Nature, Volume 20

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1879
...induction-balance a piece of metal, say copper, bismuth, or iron, we at once produce a disturbance of the balance, and it will give out sounds more or less...invariably the same for a similar metaL If by means of the switching-key the telephone is instantly transferred to the sonometer, and if its coil be at zero,...
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Philosophical Magazine: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Applied ...

Science - 1879
...induction-balance a piece of metal (say copper, bismuth, or iron), we at once produce a disturbance of the balance, and it will give out sounds more or less...transferred to the sonometer, and if its coil be at zero, we hear sounds when the key is up, or in connexion with the wire g, which leads to the induction-balance,...
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The Electrical Review, Volume 7

Electric engineering - 1879
...we at once produce a disturbance of the balance, and • " Telegraphic Journal," December 15, 1878. it will give out sounds more or less intense on the...a similar metal. If by means of the switching key K the telephone is instantly transferred to the sonometer, and if its coil be at zero, we should hear...
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