Magnetic Fields of Force

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THE author's preface points out the advantage of investigating the different phenomena of magnetism from the conceptions of Faraday, which were further developed by Maxwell and Helmholtz. Special prominence is given to the principle of the lines of force, the field, as being the seat of the energy, and the symmetry of the field.

Magnetic Fields of Force.

By Prof. H. Ebert. Translated by Dr. C. V. Burton. Part i. Pp. xviii + 297. (London: Longmans, 1897.)

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