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Experimental Researches on the Effects of Electrical Induction, for the Purpose of Rectifying the Theory Commonly Adopted 1

    Naturevolume 13pages475477 (1876) | Download Citation




    THE physicist Munck, of Rosenschold, in his memoir on electrical induction, and on the dissimulation of electricity,2 concludes that the opposite electricity of the inductor ought to be regarded as bound, since it is connected with the same inductor and cannot be discharged by the induced body.

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