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Published in n.d .
Written in English

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  • Electromagnetism,
  • Electric currents

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Other titlesElectromagnetic effect of convection currents
StatementBy Prof. Henry A. Rowland, and Cary T. Hutchinson...
SeriesJ.H.U. Ph.D. diss -- v. 1, Johns Hopkins University dissertations -- v. 1, 1879-97.
ContributionsHutchinson, Cary T.
The Physical Object
Pagination[445]-460 p.
Number of Pages460
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22094229M

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