Category: Electrodynamics


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Electrodynamic qualities of metals (continued from Phil. Trans. Vol. 146. Read Feb. 28, 1856). - Part VI. Effects of stress on magnetization. In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, for the year MDCCCLXXVI, Volume 166, part II.

By: THOMSON, Sir William, Baron Kelvin of Largs (1824-1907).

Price: $125.00

Publisher: London:, Taylor and Francis, 1877.: 1877

Seller ID: S4317

306 x 235 mm. 4to. Pages 693-713. [Entire volume: [iv], [4], v, [3], 325-741, [1 blank] pp.] 2 figs., tables. Original printed wrappers; spine and extremities chipped, stitching sprung. Ex library rubber stamp of the Liverpool Observatory. Good. This is a continuation of Lord Kelvin's Bakerian Lecture first presented in 1856 in which Kelvin provides his experimental proofs for his general theory of thermo-electric phenomena. See: DNB, 1901-1911, p. 512; Whittaker, A history of the theories of aether & electricity, p. 235. View more info

Fractional horsepower electric motors. What kinds are available - what makes them run and what they will do - how to repair, rewind, and reconnect them.

By: VEINOTT, Cyril G.

Price: $22.00

Publisher: New York & London:, McGraw-Hill, 1939.: 1939

Seller ID: S0702

FIRST EDITION, fourth impression. 234 x 158 mm. 8vo. xix, 431 pp. Frontis., 314 figs., 22 tables, index. Dark green cloth. Ownership signature. Very good. Parke, p. 109. First Edition. View more info