Sir: — It is well known to all who are conversant in electrical experiments, that the electric power may be propagated along a small wire, from one place to another, without being sensibly abated by the length of its progress. Let, then, a set of wires,... The Scots Magazine - Pągina 631753Visualització completa - Sobre aquest llibre
| 1855
...one place to another without being sensibly abated by the length of its progress. Let, then, a set **of wires equal in number to the letters of the alphabet...given places parallel to one another, and each of them** • When the writer of this article first perused this remarkable document, he sent it to the Commonwealth,... | |
| 1854
...one place to another, without being sensibly abated by the length of its progress. Let, then, a set **of wires, equal in number to the letters of the alphabet,...parallel to one another, and each of them about an inch** distant from that next to it. At every twenty yards' end let them be fixed in glass, or jeweller's... | |
| John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1855
...one place to another without being sensibly abated by the length of its progress. Let, then, a set **of wires equal in number to the letters of the alphabet...given places parallel to one another, and each of them** * When the writer of this article tirāt periined this remarkable document, he sent it to the Commomeealth,... | |
| Chambers's journal - 1859
...to another, without being sensibly abated by the length of its progress. Let, then, a set of v ires, **equal in number to the letters of the alphabet, be...parallel to one another, and each of them about an inch** distant from that next to it. At every twenty yards' end, let them be fixed in glass, or jewellers'... | |
| Robert Sabine - 1867 - 428 pągines
...one place to another, without being sensibly abated by the length of its progress. Let, then, a set **of wires, equal in number to the letters of the alphabet,...parallel to one another, and each of them about an inch** distant from that next to it. At every twenty yards' end, let them be fixed in glass, or jeweller's... | |
| Robert Sabine - 1869 - 280 pągines
...one place to another, without being sensibly abated by the length of its progress. Let, then, a set **of wires, equal in number to the letters of the alphabet,...parallel to one another, and each of them about an inch** distant from that next to it. At every twenty yards' end let them be fixed in glass, or jeweller's... | |
| Samuel Irenęus Prime - 1875 - 776 pągines
...one place to another, without being sensibly abated by the length of its progress. Let, then, a set **of wires, equal in number to the letters of the alphabet,...parallel to one another, and each of them about an inch** distant from that next to it. At every twenty yards' end let them be fixed in glass or jewelers' cement... | |
| Henry James Nicoll - 1881 - 456 pągines
...one place to another, without being sensibly abated by the length of its progress. Let, then, a set **of wires, equal in number to the letters of the alphabet,...parallel to one another, and each of them about an inch** distant from that next to it. At every twenty-yards' end let them be fixed in glass, or jeweller's... | |
| Henry James Nicoll - 1882 - 487 pągines
...one place to another, without being sensibly abated by the length of its progress. Let, then, a set **of wires, equal in number to the letters of the alphabet,...parallel to one another, and each of them about an inch** distant from that next to it. At every twenty yards' end let them be fixed in glass, or jeweller's... | |
| John Joseph Fahie - 1884 - 542 pągines
...one place to another, without being sensibly abated by the length of its progress. Let, then, a set **of wires, equal in number to the letters of the alphabet,...parallel to one another, and each of them about an inch** distant from that next to it. At every twenty yards' end, let them be fixed in glass, or jeweller's... | |
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