Handbook of Natural Philosophy: V. 5 Electricity, Magnetism, and Acoustics, Band 5

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Lockwood, 1874 - 442 Seiten
 

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The fulminating pane
40
Lanes discharging electrometer
48
CHAP VIII
54
CHAP IX
66
Repulsion of electrified threads
72
Sect
76
Effects of rarefied air
82
Artificial magnets explained
87
Cracking noise attending electric
88
Development of electricity by heat
94
Development of electricity
101
J 56
111
CHAP II
117
Conductors connecting the ele
124
Voltaic circuit
130
Velocity of electricity
139
Sect Page
140
Apparatus to measure intensity
145
Reciprocal action of circulating
153
Experimental illustration of these
159
Electromotive machines con
171
use
182
INFLUENCE OF TERRESTRIAL MAGNETISM
192
Sect Page
193
Effect of terrestrial magnetism
199
Case in which the indefinite cur
205
CHAP XII
231
Sect Page
267
Glyphography
273
46S The construction of telegraphs
280
Electrochemical telegraphs
287
Experimental illustration of
293
Method of applying the heat
299
Medical application of the voltaic
305
Horizontal current perpendicular
310
The Gymnotuselectricus
311
CHAPTER I
312
Hypothesis of two fluids boreal
318
Forms of magnetic needles
324
578
341
Sect Page 581 Best form for bar magnets
342
58c Method of double touch
343
Inapplicable to compass needles and long bars
344
Influence of the temper of the bar on the coercive force
345
Means of preserving magnetic bars from these effects
346
Magnetised tracings on a steel Pate
347
A3tatic needle
348
The law of magnetic attraction
349
The balance of trrsion
350
The inductive force of the earth
351
Experimental illustration
352
Compensators for ships com passes
353
Barlows compensator
354
CHAPTER I
356
Waves progressive and stationary
357
Vibrations of cords and mem branes
359
Law of reflection
370
Waves propagated from the foci of an ellipse
371
of a parabola
372
Experimental illustration
374
Relation between the intensity of 409 The successive action or the same
375
ojo Inflection of waves ib 63 Undulation of air and gases
377
Propagation of wave through an elastic fluid
378
g Electricity developed by various
379
Waves condensed and rarefied
380
Thermoelectric piles 239 tuents of electrolytes through
381
Sound progressive
383
Breadth of sonorous waves
384
Pitch _
385
oa Both electricities always produced
386
Positive and negative electrodes ib accepted Pouillets observa
387
Sounds which destroy each other
388
Experimental illustration
389
Examples ib 656 Velocity of sound in different media
390
Bints experiment
391
CHAP IL
392
How are the constituents trans 426 This unequal action of the elec
393
Rates of vibration for other in tervals
394
Physical cause of harmony 395
395
Physical cause of the harmonics of the harp or violin
396
Experimental verification by Sauveur
397
Sensibility of practised organists
398
Secondary effects of the current 249 433 The tree of Saturn
399
The Sirdne 16
400
Savarts apparatus 401
401
The absolute rates of vibration of musical notes ascertained
402
Tuning fork
403
Hange of musical sensibility of the ear
404
Electrolytes which have compound 439 Reverse current due to polarisa
405
CHAP IV
406
Marloyes harp
407
Lateral vibrations of rods or plates
410
Curious forms of the nodal lines
411
CHAP V
412
Sounds produced by communica tion
413
Wind instruments
414
Organ pipes
415
Reed pipes
418
Echoes
421
Remarkable cases of multiplied echoes
424
CHAP VI
426
Concha ib 711 External meatus
427
The middle ear
428
Eustachian tube
429
The internal ear
430
Vestibule
431
The lamina spiralis
432
Theory of the tympanum
434
Organ of hearing in birds
435
Conductors and nonconductors 7
7
Degrees of conduction X
14
iq Effect of rarefying the air
20

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