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Mr. Faraday's Experimental Researches in Electricity. Tenth Series”. In: Philosophical Magazine, 1836.

Lyell, Darwin Baden Powell, Faraday

Editorial: Richard Taylor, The London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science,, 1836
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The London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, printed in London for Richard Taylor, 1836, third series, volume 8, January-June, 1836. 8vo, viii, 600pp, with four engraved plates, including one folding plate. Bound in full calf, with raised bands, red and black spine labels; with the oval gilt stamped arms of the Society of Writers to the Signet on front and rear covers; nice copy, though the front cover is detached, otherwise Very Good.+++Among the many interesting papers in this volume are: BADEN POWELL, “Rev. Baden Powell's Remarks on a Paper on the Transmission of Calorific Rays, &c. by M. Melloni, in the Phil. Mag. and Journal of Science, No. 42”, pp 23-26; AND WITH “Rev. Baden Powell on the Formula for the Dispersion of Light derived from M. Cauchy's Theory”, pp 204-211 AND “Rev. Baden Powell's further Observations on M. Cauchy's Theory of the Dispersion of Light”, pp 305-310; CHALLIS, James. (1803-1882, and Plumian Prof Cambridge from 1836-1882!), “Rev. J. Challis on Capillary Attraction and the Molecular Forces of Fluids”, pp 89-97; FARADAY, Michael. “Mr. Faraday's Experimental Researches in Electricity. Tenth Series”, pp 114-128; AND WITH: “Mr. Faraday on the general Magnetic Relations and Characters of the Metals”, 177-181; (LYELL, Sir Charles.) “Proceedings of the Geological Society, (Anniversary Address of Charles Lyell, Esq. President) 310-348. In addition to a wide view of the current scene in geology, there is an extended notice on Charles Darwin in South America: “Few communications have excited more interest in the Society than the letters on South America addressed by Mr, Charles Darwin to Professor Henslow. Mr. Darwin has devoted four years, from 1832 to 1835 inclusive, to the investigation of the natural history and geology of South America. From the position of the tertiary deposits which exist on both sides of the southern Andes, he concludes that the primary chain must have had a great elevation anterior to the tertiary period.”--Pg 322; BREWSTER, Sir David. “Sir D. Brewster's Observations on the Lines of the Solar Spectrum, and on those produced by the Earth's Atmosphere, and b}' the Action of Nitrous Acid Gas”, 384-400; CAUCHY, Augustin.” M. Cauchy on a New Formula for solving the Problem of Interpolation in a Manner applicable to Physical Investigations”, 459-468; FARADAY, Michael.“Mr. Faraday on the History of the Condensation of the Gases, in Reply to Dr. Davy, introduced by some Remarks on that of Electro-magnetic Rotation”, pp 521-528. N° de ref. de la librería ABE-1475421123196

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Título: Mr. Faraday's Experimental Researches in ...

Editorial: Richard Taylor, The London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science,

Año de publicación: 1836

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Very Good

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