## A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, Volumen 0"Maxwell is without a peer … this printing is an opportunity to become thoroughly acquainted with the thought of the greatest of our electrical scientists." — |

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PART | 1 |

The potential of a magnetic shell at any point is the product | 9 |

Expansion of the potential of a magnet in spherical harmonics | 17 |

The action of this current compared with that of a magnetic | 20 |

Magnetic force in a cylindric cavity in a magnet uniformly | 23 |

Vectorpotential of magnetic induction | 29 |

The potential at a point on the positive side of a shell | 36 |

Solid angle found by two lineintegrations | 42 |

Proper thickness of the wire of a galvanometer | 359 |

717 Sensitive galvanometers | 360 |

Law of thickness of the wire | 361 |

Galvanometer with wire of uniform thickness | 364 |

Thomsons sensitive coil | 366 |

Webers electrodynamometer | 367 |

Properties of a magnet when acted on by the earth | 371 |

Suction of solenoids | 372 |

Magnetic induction in different substances | 49 |

Case of a body surrounded by a magnetic medium | 55 |

00 | 72 |

CHAPTER VI | 79 |

CHAPTER VII | 95 |

Principle of collimation employed in the Kew magnetometer | 101 |

Rotation produced by quartz turpentine c independently of magnetism 453 | 104 |

Observations of deflexion | 108 |

Observation of vibrations | 110 |

Case when is large | 111 |

Statical method of measuring the horizontal force | 114 |

Observation of the dircircle | 120 |

J A Brouns method of correction | 125 |

4 | 130 |

Gauss calculation of the 24 coefficients of the first four har | 133 |

A small circuit acts at a great distance like a magnet | 141 |

Reaction on the circuit | 147 |

The wire is urged from the side on which its magnetic action | 153 |

Ampères balance | 159 |

Kinematical analysis of the phenomena 454 | 163 |

Determination of the form of the functions by Ampères fourth | 172 |

ON THE INDUCTION OF ELECTRIC CURRENTS | 175 |

The electromotive force due to induction does not depend | 181 |

Faradays conception of an electrotonic state | 188 |

CHAPTER IV | 195 |

ON THE EQUATIONS OF MOTION OF A CONNECTED SYSTEM | 199 |

Hamiltons equations of motion | 205 |

CHAPTER VI | 211 |

THEORY OF ELECTRIC CIRCUITS | 223 |

CHAPTER VIII | 229 |

Theory of a sliding piece | 235 |

The general equations referred to moving axes | 241 |

Electromagnetic force on a conductor | 244 |

Relation between magnetic force and electric currents | 251 |

CHAPTER X | 263 |

The electrostatic energy expressed in terms of the electromotive | 271 |

Explanation of these forces by the hypothesis of stress in | 278 |

CURRENTSHEETS | 286 |

Action of a variable magnetic system on the sheet | 293 |

Case of curvilinear motion | 299 |

The vectorpotential | 305 |

A solenoid | 310 |

Kinetic energy of the current | 320 |

The motion of the axes changes nothing but the apparent value | 321 |

Particular cases | 326 |

Solid angle subtended by a circle at any point | 334 |

Art Page 702 Lines of force round a circular current Fig XVIII | 340 |

Differential equation of the potential of two circles | 341 |

Approximation when the circles are very near one another | 342 |

Further approximation | 343 |

Coil of maximum selfinduction | 345 |

Appendix I | 347 |

Appendix II | 350 |

CHAPTER XV | 351 |

Construction of a standard coil | 352 |

Mathematical theory of the galvanometer | 353 |

Principle of the tangent galvanometer and the sine galvano meter | 354 |

Gaugains eccentric suspension | 356 |

Galvanometer with four coils | 357 |

Galvanometer with three coils | 358 |

Electrodynamometer with torsionarm | 373 |

Motion in a logarithmic spiral | 375 |

The quantities of the opposite kinds of magnetism in a magnet | 377 |

Dead beat galvanometer | 381 |

Properties of a magnetic particle | 383 |

Correction for damping | 388 |

Potential energy of a magnet in any field of force | 389 |

Determination of | 394 |

9 | 397 |

CHAPTER XVIII | 402 |

Kirchhoffs method | 403 |

Webers method by transient currents | 404 |

His method of observation | 405 |

Thomsons method by a revolving coil | 408 |

Mathematical theory of the revolving coil | 409 |

Calculation of the resistance | 410 |

Corrections | 411 |

CHAPTER XIX | 413 |

The ratio of the units is a velocity | 414 |

Current by convection | 415 |

Weber and Kohlrauschs method | 416 |

Thomsons method by separate electrometer and electrodyna mometer | 417 |

Maxwells method by combined electrometer and electrodyna mometer | 418 |

Electromagnetic measurement of the capacity of a condenser Jenkins method | 419 |

Method by an intermittent current | 420 |

Condenser and Wippe as an arm of Wheatstones bridge | 421 |

Correction when the action is too rapid | 423 |

Capacity of a condenser compared with the selfinduction of a coil | 425 |

Coil and condenser combined | 427 |

Electrostatic measure of resistance compared with its electro magnetic measure | 430 |

Comparison of the properties of the electromagnetic medium | 431 |

Corresponding case in two dimensions Fig | 435 |

The specific inductive capacity of a dielectric is the square | 437 |

Propagation of plane waves | 444 |

CHAPTER XXI | 451 |

The velocity of a circularlypolarized ray is different according to its direction of rotation | 455 |

In media which of themselves have the rotatory property the velocity is different for right and lefthanded configurations | 456 |

The luminiferous disturbance mathematically considered is a vector | 457 |

Kinetic and potential energy of the medium | 458 |

Condition of wavepropagation | 459 |

Statement of the results of the analysis of the phenomenon | 460 |

Hypothesis of molecular vortices | 461 |

Variation of the vortices according to Helmholtzs law | 462 |

Expression in terms of the current and the velocity | 463 |

Velocity of a circularlypolarized ray | 464 |

The magnetic rotation | 465 |

Researches of Verdet | 466 |

Note on a mechanical theory of molecular vortices | 468 |

CHAPTER XXII | 471 |

The phenomena of magnetic molecules may be imitated by electric currents | 472 |

Simplicity of the electric theory | 473 |

Theory of a current in a perfectly conducting circuit | 474 |

Örsteds discovery of the action of an electric current on | 475 |

Relative motion of four electric particles Fechners theory | 481 |

Segregating force in a conductor | 487 |

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His method of experimenting | 503 |

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