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" The encouragement I derive from this appreciation by mathematicians of the mode of figuring to one's self the magnetic forces by lines, emboldens me to dwell a little more upon the further point of the true but unknown natural magnetic action. Indeed,... "
The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science - Síđa 44
1861
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Experimental Researches in Electricity, Bindi 3

Michael Faraday - 1855 - 614 síđur
...dwell a little more upon the further point of the true but unknown natural magnetic action. Indeed, what we really want, is not a variety of different...electric currents, one must be wrong, perhaps both are; and I do not perceive that the mathematician, even though he may think that each contains a higher...
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Experimental Researches in Electricity, Bindi 3

Michael Faraday - 1855 - 632 síđur
...dwell a little more upon the further point of the true but unknown natural magnetic action. Indeed, what we really want, is not a variety of different...signification of that which is rendered apparent to us by the phœnomena, and the laws governing them. Of the two assumptions most usually entertained at present,...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1861 - 612 síđur
...his Considerations sur lea causes de la cohesion. spirit of such remarks as these : — " What \ve really want is not a variety of different methods...It is evident, therefore, that our physical views arc very doubtful ; and I think good would result from an endeavour to shake ourselves loose from such...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1855 - 580 síđur
...dwell a little more upon the further point of the true but unknown natural magnetic action. Indeed, what we really want, is not a variety of different...electric currents, one must be wrong, perhaps both arc ; and I do not perceive that the mathematician, even though he may think that each contains a higher...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1855 - 1070 síđur
...dwell a little more \ipon the further point of the true but unknown natural magnetic action. Indeed, what we really want, is not a variety of different...electric currents, one must be wrong, perhaps both are ; and I do not perceive that the mathematician, even though he may think that each contains a higher...
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Maxwell on the Electromagnetic Field: A Guided Study

Thomas K. Simpson - 1997 - 468 síđur
...mathematical physics and his own search for "the one true physical signification" of the phenomena: Whai we really want is not a variety of different methods...signification of that which is rendered apparent to us by the phaenomena ... if there be such physical lines of magnetic force as correspond (in having a real existence)...
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