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treatise on electrical theory and the problem of the universe.
George William von Tunzelmann
|LC Classifications||QC518 .T8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 654 p.|
|Number of Pages||654|
|LC Control Number||10025410|
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A Treatise on Electrical Theory and the Problem of the Universe, considered from the Physical Point of View, with Mathematical Appendices. By G. de : E. Treatise on electrical theory and the problem of the universe. London, C. Griffin and Co., (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: George William von Tunzelmann.
The former is the first consideration in the book I of the Treatise, and it is because of the distinction between ponderable and electrical motions that we have the book I and the book II of the Treatise in the first place.
They are in no way an attempt to deliberately mimic the Principia. The Theory of the Universe is a treatise comparable in style only to the Principia in that it consists of three inseparable parts or books outlined below: Book I: The Principles of Motion for Ponderable (Non-charged) Bodies.
Book II: The Principles of Motion for Electrical (Charged) Bodies. Book III: The Structure of Atoms and Galaxies. circuit diagrams and electrical terminology.
Apart from providing a conventional introduction to AC theory however, there is a subtext. This relates to the author's concerns as a scientist: one being that there appears to be an almost universal public misconception regarding the nature of electricity; and the other being a lack of mathematical.
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book. Plan of this Treatise. ] In the following treatise I propose first to explain the ordinary theory of electrical action, which considers it as depending only on the electrified bodies and on their relative position, without taking account of any phenomena which may take place in the surrounding media.
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Considered from the physical point of view, with mathematical appendices. (London, C. Griffin and company, limited, ), by George William von Tunzelmann (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
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