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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1890-1891-180

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176 ENGINEERING Magnetism and the making of Magnets Diamignetism and Terrestrial Magnetism Frictional Electricity Manipulation of Electrical Machines and Apparatus con- nected with them Electrometers and Electroscopes Different methods of developing currents of Electricity Voltaic and Dynamic Electricity The use of Galvanometers and Electro-dynamometers Measurement of the Strength of Currents Measurement of the Electro-motive Force and Resistance of Batteries Measuring the Resistance and Capacity of Wires and Cables Electro-Magnetism Current Induction Magneto-Electric Induction The Microphone and Telephone The principles of Dynamo-Electric Machines Electric Lighting Storage of Electrical Energy Absolute Measurement of Currents Resistances &c in Units Thermo-Electricitv The Electric Telegraph Testing of Submarine Cables There are special classes of practical work suitable for Students preparing for the preliminary Scientific and Sc Examinations of the University of London for the Exami- nations of the Institute of Chemistry and for Electrical Engineering Candidates for Degrees in Music may follow course of practical work on Sound and the vibrations of bodies In addition to the fees charge is made of 10 6d term or 255 per annum to cover the ordinary expenses of Students in the Laboratories This sum must be paid to the Professor by each Student on entrance to the Class The Wheatstone Laboratory is open to Students from
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