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The Storage of Electrical Energy - Plante, Gaston
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 284 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=16mm, Gew.=363gr, [GR: 26000 - TB/Mathematik/Naturwissenschaften/Technik/Medizin], [SW: - Science], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: THE STORAGE OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY THE STORAGE OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY AND RESEARCHES IN THE EFFECTS CREATED BY CURRENTS COMBINING QUANTITY WITH HIGH TENSION, BY GASTON LICENCI6 fes-SCIENCES PHYSIQUES, ANCIEN PROFESSEUR DE PHYSIQUE A L ASSOCIATION POLYTECHNIQUE ETC., FROM 1850 TO 1879. WITH EIGHTY-NINE ILLUSTRA TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENC PADL BEDFORD A Sa MajesU DON PEDRO DALCANTARA Empereur du JBrtsil, Associt Stranger de IAcadtmie des sciences de tlnstitut de France. Sire, Je prie Votre Majestt de daigner agrter la dtdicace de ce livre comme un faible ttmoignage de ma profonde reconnaissance. Vous avez t6 le premier d encourager mes travaux. Apres avoir assist, en 1872, d mes experiences sur les courants secondaires, au Con servatoire des Arts-et Metiers, Votre MajesU a bien voulu, en, honorer deux fois de sa visite mon laboratoire de la rue de la Cerisaie, dans ce quartier du vieux Paris, ob les noms d Henri IV et de Sully sont encore vivants. Cent soixante ans auparavant, Pierre le Grand venait y habiter Jhdtel Lesdiguieres, et, vers la 9 fin du dernier stecle, tillustre Franklin assistait, dans Fhdpital des Ctlestins, a des experiences d Electricity La presence, dans ces mSmes lieux, de Votre Majestt poursuivant son enqufae sur tons les progres utiles a f humanity ajoutera une nouvelle page a nos anciennes traditions et un prtcieux souvenir qui sera conservd. Je suis, avec le plus profond respect, Sire, de Votre Majesty le tres-humble et tres-ob ssant serviteur, G ASTON PL ANTE. ERRATA. PA E 14 Line II from bottom, after like insert the oxides of. M 18 5, after two cells insert acting on a voltameter with wires. - 5, for Dewar read Dumas. 48 9, f or production read reduction. 53 H, forBollot read Boillot. 53 16, for positive teat negative. 53 ID., f or production read reduction. 59 fa also used in connection tead compared. 39 g f r om bottom, for powerful read potential. 75 4 for Thomson read Thomsen. Ill 12, for Willigan read Willigen. 126 7, for Sheath read Sheaf. 37 3 from bottom, for combination of lime and silica read lime combined with silica. 3 from bottom, for silica read silicium. 2 of the note, for p. 58 read p. 44 7 of the note, for rorid read roric. 16, for Brissou read Brisson. II, for supplied by read in connection with. from bottom, for fig. 80 read fig. 79. for fig. 79 read fig. 80. 238 6 of the note, for Vol. i read p. 214., read when there is a break or change in tr material. The fifth part embraces the description and study of the effects of a new apparatus, by means of which we have tried to transform, in the most complete manner possible, dynamic into static electricity, and which we have distinguished by the name of rheostatic machine. The sixth is devoted to a concise enumeration of analogies which the electrical phenomena particularly those which we have noticed with currents of very high tension present with effects produced by mechanical actions, and to the inferences drawn from them as to the nature of electricity. The reader who will only admit absolute deductions from facts, may omit the fourth part, in which induction has considerable play. Nevertheless, we thought we ought not to pass over in silence some of the ideas which the results of our experiments presented, and the real or apparent analogy which they show with natural phenomena. Authors are often blamed for not having understood the inference to be drawn from facts which theyhave observed, or for not having perceived the theoretic sequence, and the applications to which it may lead. We have sought to be free from this fault, which, besides, has not always foundation for it is rare for anyone who has patiently studied nature, seeking new facts, not to also meditate upon their significance, and, as nature is seen complete in each one of her manifestations, it is difficult for the student to avoid being led to generalise the result of his observ ations... THE STORAGE OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY THE STORAGE OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY AND RESEARCHES IN THE EFFECTS CREATED BY CURRENTS COMBINING QUANTITY WITH HIGH TENSION, BY GASTON LICENCI6 fes-SCIENCES PHYSIQUES, ANCIEN PROFESSEUR DE PHYSIQUE A L ASSOCIATION POLYTECHNIQUE ETC., FROM 1850 TO 1879. WITH EIGHTY-NINE ILLUSTRA TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENC PADL BEDFORD A Sa MajesU DON PEDRO DALCANTARA Empereur du JBrtsil, Associt Stranger de IAcadtmie des sciences de tlnstitut de France. Sire, Je prie Votre Majestt de daigner agrter la dtdicace de ce livre comme un faible ttmoignage de ma profonde reconnaissance. Vous avez t6 le premier d encourager mes travaux. Apres avoir assist, en 1872, d mes experiences sur les courants secondaires, au Con servatoire des Arts-et Metiers, Votre MajesU a bien voulu, en, honorer deux fois de sa visite mon laboratoire de la rue de la Cerisaie, dans ce quartier du vieux Paris, ob les noms d Henri IV et de Sully sont encore vivants. Cent soixante ans auparavant, Pierre le Grand venait y habiter Jhdtel Lesdiguieres, et, vers la 9 fin du dernier stecle, tillustre Franklin assistait, dans Fhdpital des Ctlestins, a des experiences d Electricity La presence, dans ces mSmes lieux, de Votre Majestt poursuivant son enqufae sur tons les progres utiles a f humanity ajoutera une nouvelle page a nos anciennes traditions et un prtcieux souvenir qui sera conservd. Je suis, avec le plus profond respect, Sire, de Votre Majesty le tres-humble et tres-ob ssant serviteur, G ASTON PL ANTE. ERRATA. PA E 14 Line II from bottom, after like insert the oxides of. M 18 5, after two cells insert acting on a voltameter with wires. - 5, for Dewar read Dumas. 48 9, f or production read reduction. 53 H, forBollot read Boillot. 53 16, for positive teat negative. 53 ID., f or production read reduction. 59 fa also used in connection tead compared. 39 g f r om bottom, for powerful read potential. 75 4 for Thomson read Thomsen. Ill 12, for Willigan read Willigen. 126 7, for Sheath read Sheaf. 37 3 from bottom, for combination of lime and silica read lime combined with silica. 3 from bottom, for silica read silicium. 2 of the note, for p. 58 read p. 44 7 of the note, for rorid read roric. 16, for Brissou read Brisson. II, for supplied by read in connection with. from bottom, for fig. 80 read fig. 79. for fig. 79 read fig. 80. 238 6 of the note, for Vol. i read p. 214., read when there is a break or change in tr material. The fifth part embraces the description and study of the effects of a new apparatus, by means of which we have tried to transform, in the most complete manner possible, dynamic into static electricity, and which we have distinguished by the name of rheostatic machine. The sixth is devoted to a concise enumeration of analogies which the electrical phenomena particularly those which we have noticed with currents of very high tension present with effects produced by mechanical actions, and to the inferences drawn from them as to the nature of electricity. The reader who will only admit absolute deductions from facts, may omit the fourth part, in which induction has considerable play. Nevertheless, we thought we ought not to pass over in silence some of the ideas which the results of our experiments presented, and the real or apparent analogy which they show with natural phenomena. Authors are often blamed for not having understood the inference to be drawn from facts which theyhave observed, or for not having perceived the theoretic sequence, and the applications to which it may lead. We have sought to be free from this fault, which, besides, has not always foundation for it is rare for anyone who has patiently studied nature, seeking new facts, not to also meditate upon their significance, and, as nature is seen complete in each one of her manifestations, it is difficult for the student to avoid being led to generalise the result of his observ ations...

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[EAN: 9781406771824], Neubuch, [PU: Read Books], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., The Storage Of Electrical Energy, Gaston Plante, THE STORAGE OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY THE STORAGE OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY AND RESEARCHES IN THE EFFECTS CREATED BY CURRENTS COMBINING QUANTITY WITH HIGH TENSION, BY GASTON LICENCI6 fes-SCIENCES PHYSIQUES, ANCIEN PROFESSEUR DE PHYSIQUE A L ASSOCIATION POLYTECHNIQUE ETC., FROM 1850 TO 1879. WITH EIGHTY-NINE ILLUSTRA TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENC PADL BEDFORD A Sa MajesU DON PEDRO DALCANTARA Empereur du JBrtsil, Associt Stranger de IAcadtmie des sciences de tlnstitut de France. Sire, Je prie Votre Majestt de daigner agrter la dtdicace de ce livre comme un faible ttmoignage de ma profonde reconnaissance. Vous avez t6 le premier d encourager mes travaux. Apres avoir assist, en 1872, d mes experiences sur les courants secondaires, au Con servatoire des Arts-et Metiers, Votre MajesU a bien voulu, en, honorer deux fois de sa visite mon laboratoire de la rue de la Cerisaie, dans ce quartier du vieux Paris, ob les noms d Henri IV et de Sully sont encore vivants. Cent soixante ans auparavant, Pierre le Grand venait y habiter Jhdtel Lesdiguieres, et, vers la 9 fin du dernier stecle, tillustre Franklin assistait, dans Fhdpital des Ctlestins, a des experiences d Electricity La presence, dans ces mSmes lieux, de Votre Majestt poursuivant son enqufae sur tons les progres utiles a f humanity ajoutera une nouvelle page a nos anciennes traditions et un prtcieux souvenir qui sera conservd. Je suis, avec le plus profond respect, Sire, de Votre Majesty le tres-humble et tres-ob ssant serviteur, G ASTON PL ANTE. ERRATA. PA E 14 Line II from bottom, after like insert the oxides of. M 18 5, after two cells insert acting on a voltameter with wires. - 5, for Dewar read Dumas. 48 9, f or production read reduction. 53 H, forBollot read Boillot. 53 16, for positive teat negative. 53 ID., f or production read reduction. 59 fa also used in connection tead compared. 39 g f r om bottom, for powerful read potential. 75 4 for Thomson read Thomsen. Ill 12, for Willigan read Willigen. 126 7, for Sheath read Sheaf. 37 3 from bottom, for combination of lime and silica read lime combined with silica. 3 from bottom, for silica read silicium. 2 of the note, for p. 58 read p. 44 7 of the note, for rorid read roric. 16, for Brissou read Brisson. II, for supplied by read in connection with. from bottom, for fig. 80 read fig. 79. for fig. 79 read fig. 80. 238 6 of the note, for Vol. i read p. 214., read when there is a break or change in tr material. The fifth part embraces the description and study of the effects of a new apparatus, by means of which we have tried to transform, in the most complete manner possible, dynamic into static electricity, and which we have distinguished by the name of rheostatic machine. The sixth is devoted to a concise enumeration of analogies which the electrical phenomena particularly those which we have noticed with currents of very high tension present with effects produced by mechanical actions, and to the inferences drawn from them as to the nature of electricity. The reader who will only admit absolute deductions from facts, may omit the fourth part, in which induction has considerable play. Nevertheless, we thought we ought not to pass over in silence some of the ideas which the results of our experiments presented, and the real or apparent analogy which they show with natural phenomena. Authors are often blamed for not having understood the inference to be drawn from facts which theyhave observed, or for not having perceived the theoretic sequence, and the applications to which it may lead. We have sought to be free from this fault, which, besides, has not always foundation for it is rare for anyone who has patiently studied nature, seeking new facts, not to also meditate upon their significance, and, as nature is seen complete in each one of her manifestations, it is difficult for the student to avoid being led to generalise the result of his observ ations.

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: DODO PR], THE STORAGE OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY THE STORAGE OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY AND RESEARCHES IN THE EFFECTS CREATED BY CURRENTS COMBINING QUANTITY WITH HIGH TENSION, BY GASTON LICENCI6 fes-SCIENCES PHYSIQUES, ANCIEN PROFESSEUR DE PHYSIQUE A L ASSOCIATION POLYTECHNIQUE ETC., FROM 1850 TO 1879. WITH EIGHTY-NINE ILLUSTRA TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENC PADL BEDFORD A Sa MajesU DON PEDRO DALCANTARA Empereur du JBrtsil, Associt Stranger de IAcadtmie des sciences de tlnstitut de France. Sire, Je prie Votre Majestt de daigner agrter la dtdicace de ce livre comme un faible ttmoignage de ma profonde reconnaissance. Vous avez t6 le premier d encourager mes travaux. Apres avoir assist, en 1872, d mes experiences sur les courants secondaires, au Con servatoire des Arts-et Metiers, Votre MajesU a bien voulu, en, honorer deux fois de sa visite mon laboratoire de la rue de la Cerisaie, dans ce quartier du vieux Paris, ob les noms d Henri IV et de Sully sont encore vivants. Cent soixante ans auparavant, Pierre le Grand venait y habiter Jhdtel Lesdiguieres, et, vers la 9 fin du dernier stecle, tillustre Franklin assistait, dans Fhdpital des Ctlestins, a des experiences d Electricity La presence, dans ces mSmes lieux, de Votre Majestt poursuivant son enqufae sur tons les progres utiles a f humanity ajoutera une nouvelle page a nos anciennes traditions et un prtcieux souvenir qui sera conservd. Je suis, avec le plus profond respect, Sire, de Votre Majesty le tres-humble et tres-ob ssant serviteur, G ASTON PL ANTE. ERRATA. PA E 14 Line II from bottom, after like insert the oxides of. M 18 5, after two cells insert acting on a voltameter with wires. - 5, for Dewar read Dumas. 48 9, f or production read reduction. 53 H, forBollot read Boillot. 53 16, for positive teat negative. 53 ID., f or production read reduction. 59 fa also used in connection tead compared. 39 g f r om bottom, for powerful read potential. 75 4 for Thomson read Thomsen. Ill 12, for Willigan read Willigen. 126 7, for Sheath read Sheaf. 37 3 from bottom, for combination of lime and silica read lime combined with silica. 3 from bottom, for silica read silicium. 2 of the note, for p. 58 read p. 44 7 of the note, for rorid read roric. 16, for Brissou read Brisson. II, for supplied by read in connection with. from bottom, for fig. 80 read fig. 79. for fig. 79 read fig. 80. 238 6 of the note, for Vol. i read p. 214., read when there is a break or change in tr material. The fifth part embraces the description and study of the effects of a new apparatus, by means of which we have tried to transform, in the most complete manner possible, dynamic into static electricity, and which we have distinguished by the name of rheostatic machine. The sixth is devoted to a concise enumeration of analogies which the electrical phenomena particularly those which we have noticed with currents of very high tension present with effects produced by mechanical actions, and to the inferences drawn from them as to the nature of electricity. The reader who will only admit absolute deductions from facts, may omit the fourth part, in which induction has considerable play. Nevertheless, we thought we ought not to pass over in silence some of the ideas which the results of our experiments presented, and the real or apparent analogy which they show with natural phenomena. Authors are often blamed for not having understood the inference to be drawn from facts which theyhave observed, or for not having perceived the theoretic sequence, and the applications to which it may lead. We have sought to be free from this fault, which, besides, has not always foundation for it is rare for anyone who has patiently studied nature, seeking new facts, not to also meditate upon their significance, and, as nature is seen complete in each one of her manifestations, it is difficult for the student to avoid being led to generalise the result of his observ ations... Versandfertig in 6-10 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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The Storage of Electrical Energy

THE STORAGE OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY THE STORAGE OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY AND RESEARCHES IN THE EFFECTS CREATED BY CURRENTS COMBINING QUANTITY WITH HIGH TENSION, BY GASTON LICENCI6 fes-SCIENCES PHYSIQUES, ANCIEN PROFESSEUR DE PHYSIQUE A L ASSOCIATION POLYTECHNIQUE ETC., FROM 1850 TO 1879. WITH EIGHTY-NINE ILLUSTRA TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENC PADL BEDFORD A Sa MajesU DON PEDRO DALCANTARA Empereur du JBrtsil, Associt Stranger de IAcadtmie des sciences de tlnstitut de France. Sire, Je prie Votre Majestt de daigner agrter la dtdicace de ce livre comme un faible ttmoignage de ma profonde reconnaissance. Vous avez t6 le premier d encourager mes travaux. Apres avoir assist, en 1872, d mes experiences sur les courants secondaires, au Con servatoire des Arts-et Metiers, Votre MajesU a bien voulu, en, honorer deux fois de sa visite mon laboratoire de la rue de la Cerisaie, dans ce quartier du vieux Paris, ob les noms d Henri IV et de Sully sont encore vivants. Cent soixante ans auparavant, Pierre le Grand venait y habiter Jhdtel Lesdiguieres, et, vers la 9 fin du dernier stecle, tillustre Franklin assistait, dans Fhdpital des Ctlestins, a des experiences d Electricity La presence, dans ces mSmes lieux, de Votre Majestt poursuivant son enqufae sur tons les progres utiles a f humanity ajoutera une nouvelle page a nos anciennes traditions et un prtcieux souvenir qui sera conservd. Je suis, avec le plus profond respect, Sire, de Votre Majesty le tres-humble et tres-ob ssant serviteur, G ASTON PL ANTE. ERRATA. PA E 14 Line II from bottom, after like insert the oxides of. M 18 5, after two cells insert acting on a voltameter with wires. - 5, for Dewar read Dumas. 48 9, f or production read reduction. 53 H, forBollot read Boillot. 53 16, for positive teat negative. 53 ID., f or production read reduction. 59 fa also used in connection tead compared. 39 g f r om bottom, for powerful read potential. 75 4 for Thomson read Thomsen. Ill 12, for Willigan read Willigen. 126 7, for Sheath read Sheaf. 37 3 from bottom, for combination of lime and silica read lime combined with silica. 3 from bottom, for silica read silicium. 2 of the note, for p. 58 read p. 44 7 of the note, for rorid read roric. 16, for Brissou read Brisson. II, for supplied by read in connection with. from bottom, for fig. 80 read fig. 79. for fig. 79 read fig. 80. 238 6 of the note, for Vol. i read p. 214., read when there is a break or change in tr material. The fifth part embraces the description and study of the effects of a new apparatus, by means of which we have tried to transform, in the most complete manner possible, dynamic into static electricity, and which we have distinguished by the name of rheostatic machine. The sixth is devoted to a concise enumeration of analogies which the electrical phenomena particularly those which we have noticed with currents of very high tension present with effects produced by mechanical actions, and to the inferences drawn from them as to the nature of electricity. The reader who will only admit absolute deductions from facts, may omit the fourth part, in which induction has considerable play. Nevertheless, we thought we ought not to pass over in silence some of the ideas which the results of our experiments presented, and the real or apparent analogy which they show with natural phenomena. Authors are often blamed for not having understood the inference to be drawn from facts which theyhave observed, or for not having perceived the theoretic sequence, and the applications to which it may lead. We have sought to be free from this fault, which, besides, has not always foundation for it is rare for anyone who has patiently studied nature, seeking new facts, not to also meditate upon their significance, and, as nature is seen complete in each one of her manifestations, it is difficult for the student to avoid being led to generalise the result of his observ ations...

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781406771824
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1406771821
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Publishing year: 2007
Publisher: DODO PR
284 Pages
Weight: 0,363 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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