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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-407

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EVENING CLASSES 403 14 ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM Day and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to The Course for 1889-90 will treat of Electricity and Magnetism The Lectures will be fully illustrated by experiments and will include the following branches Frictional Electricity -Its Production Distribution and Laws of Action Instruments employed in its Measurement Electric Induction Machines de- pendent upon Static Induction Electrostatic Potential Capacity &c The System of Units The Electric Discharge and its Effects II Magnetism -Natural Magnets Methods of Magnetisa- tion Laws of Magnetic Attraction and Repulsion Measurement of Strength of Field and Magnetic Moment Terrestrial Magnetism Theories of Magnetism ×™ Magnetic Permeability and Saturation III Voltaic Electricity -Historical Sketch Different forms of Voltaic Batteries Electromotive Force Resist- ance Current and their Measurement Applications of Ohm's Law Different forms of Galvanometers Interaction of Currents and Magnets Electro- Magnetism Production of Heat in Circuits Electro-Chemistry Work done in Electrolysis Electric Storage Batteries BOOK RECOMMENDED Silvanus Thompson's "Elementary Lessons in Electricity and Magnetism 15 SOUND AND LIGHT Day and Hour of ttendance-Friday from to The Course for 1889-90 will treat of Sound and Light -Production of Sound by the Vibrations of Bodies Propagation of Sound by Waves of Air and other Elastic Media Velocity of Sound Theory of Vibrations Longitudinal and Transverse Vibra- tions Transmission by Solids and Liquids cc2
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