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The Life and Discoveries of Michael Faraday (1920) James Arnold Crowther

The Life and Discoveries of Michael Faraday (1920)

James Arnold Crowther

Published February 1st 2008
ISBN : 9780548872581
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76 pages
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The Life And Discoveries Of Michael Faraday - By James Crowther - 1920 - CONTENTS. - CHAP. I. EARLY LIFE. 1791-1813 . . . . . . . . 5 Introduction-Childbood-Apprcnticeehip-Introduction to the Royal lnetitution. 11. SCIENTIFIC TRAINING. 1813-1831 . .MoreThe Life And Discoveries Of Michael Faraday - By James Crowther - 1920 - CONTENTS. - CHAP. I. EARLY LIFE. 1791-1813 . . . . . . . . 5 Introduction-Childbood-Apprcnticeehip-Introduction to the Royal lnetitution. 11. SCIENTIFIC TRAINING. 1813-1831 . . . . . 15 Foreign tour-Assistant at the Royal Institution-Electromagnetic rotations - Marriage - Technical research - Liquefaction of gases - Faradays religion - Early honourr. The cost of research- Experimental Reseaches in Electri- city l - Faraday as a discoverer - Electromagnetic - induction -Identity of electricities from differtnt sources--laws of eltctrolysis--Origin of power in a voltaic ctll-Electrostatic induction- line of elecwic forcc-Faradap as a lecturer-Loss of health-lncidenta and events. iV. ELECTRICAL RESEARCHES SECOND PERIOD. - 1845.1855 - 54 Magnetic rotation of light-Magnetism of ordinary materials - magnacrystallic action - Laws of electomagnctic induction-Lines of magnetic fmc-Theoretical views -EIectromagnetic theory of light. Loss of memory-Last txperimenta-Faraday at Hampton Court-The better hop-The end. THE second quarter of the nineteenth century was a period of unprecedented activity in the world of science. The foundations of mechanics had indeed been laid by Newton and much of the building was complete the edifice of geometrical optics had been reared, though the companion structure of physical optics was scarce begun, Of the palace of electricity, however, even the site had hardly been surveyed, and the foundation stones...........