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Seite 48 - I can observe the disturbances due to the current in the first coil. The question is forced upon us as to how this action takes place. How is it possible to transmit so much power to such a distance across apparently unoccupied space ? According to our modern theories of physics there must be some medium engaged in this transmission. We know that it is not the air, because the same effects take place in a vacuum, and, therefore, we must fall back on that medium which transmits light and which we...
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Seite 132 - ... unless they refuse or neglect to give such superintendence at the time specified in the notice for the commencement of the work or discontinue the same during the progress of the work; and...
Seite 62 - ... line is intended to be used, and the amount and nature of the currents intended to be transmitted thereby, and the extent to and manner in which (if at all) earth returns are proposed to be used ; and any owner entitled to receive that notice may serve a requisition on the...
Seite 246 - Trade, to a thickness of not less than one-tenth " part of an inch ; and in cases where the extreme difference of " potential in the circuit exceeds 2,000 volts, the thickness of...
Seite 49 - ... the wire, provided only that it is a good conductor. We have then, in the case of electrical waves along a wire, a disturbance outside the wire and a current within it, and the equations of Maxwell allow us to calculate these with perfect accuracy and give all the laws with respect to them. We thus find that the velocity of propagation of the waves along a wire, hung far away from other bodies and made of good conducting material, is that of light, or 185,000 miles per second ; but when it is...