The Electrical Researches of the honourable Henry Cavendish, F.R.S.

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Charge of glass plates is many times greater than it onght to be by
xxviii
1st Night
xxxii
The two papers in the Philosophical Transactions
xxxviii
Method of testing 245
xliv
Why Cavendish did not publish them
xlv
Comparison of charges 1
li
Determination of the power of the velocity to which the resistance
lix
Resistance of salt solution at different temperatures
lx
Effect of the thickness of a plate on its capacity
272
Rearing on the theory
278
Oblong plate
284
Comparison of Lanes electrometer with light straw electro
291
Measures
298
Advantage of the second method
299
These methods abandoned
305
Recapitulation of the theory of coated plates
311

Sat sol in 99 39 sat sol 688
lxi
As Attempt to explain some of the pbincipal phenomena or Electbicity
1
3 Comparison op the Charges op Coated Plates
3
Repulsion of a cone on a particle at the vertex 711
7
Globe and circle 194 of pasteboard Sliding plates
10
Force between two bodies over or under charged 1315
13
Equilibrium of electricity in a globe 2027
20
Two plane parallel plates 2838
28
Canals of incompressible fluid 8953
39
Allowance for connecting wire
47
Pressure of electric fluid against a surface
54
Charges of similar bodies as the n 1 power of their corresponding diame
67
PAGE OF M8 ARTICLES
70
Charge of a thin flat plate independent of its thickness
73
Second thermometer tube also comparison of charge
76
Equilibrium of electricity in bodies communicating by a canal is
84
Charge of a condenser little affected by the presence of an over
89
Whether the conditions of equilibrium are the same for two bodies com
94
Effect of temperature 691
102
Fio PAGE
104
Attraction and repulsion 106117
106
Comparison with the globe 333
108
Advantages of the method 246
115
Trial Plate
116
New apparatus for the comparison of capacities Fig 20 295
120
On the cases in which bodies receive electricity from or part with
124
Electric spark 135139
135
globe circle 1125 154 1 648
137
Trials of wires Single wire 96 x 19 Two wires 48 x 1 at 36 and 18
139
Prop xxdc Fig 1 If the fluid uniformly spread on a circular plate
140
List of plates of glass 592
144
Repulsion of two columns
146
The trial plate 297
147
Prop xxxn Fig 4 Charge of two equal cylinders at a finite distance
152
Ten plates from Nairne 593
157
Lemma xvn Fig ? Concave plate compared with flat one
158
Slit coatings
159
Density increasing towards the circumference
164
Fig 10 Penetration of glass by fluid
170
Cor
176
Effect of heat on glass To face p
180
Cor 2
181
Lemma Potential of two equal particles compared with that of their
187
Effect of ftoor and walls of the room
193
Condition of electric equilibrium between conductors in electric com
199
Electrification by induction
205
Effect of an overcharged body
209
Rosin 341 x 345 compared with double B by sliding coated plate
216
The electricity of glass is here taken to be positive
217
461
222
The charging jar
223
463
228
Advantages of the second method
229
Second experimentA piece of wood within a vessel formed of
235
Observations 475
240
Method of operation Fig 14
241
The gauge electrometer
248
PAGE OF MS ARTICLES
250
The bodies to be tested were chosen of nearly equal capacity
254
Six different arrangements
266
Whether charge of Leyden vial bears the same proportion
269
First leather Torpedo 599
312
Comparison of D + E + F when close together and when six inches apart
317
Experiments without any Torpedo 613
319
Comparison of charges of jars and battery method of repeated communi
321
Spreading007 on thick plates and 009 on thin plates
323
Effect of thickness of glass
327
Effect of accumulation near the edge insensible
331
Consideration of the effects of external bodies on the globe and the plates
334
Calibration of Tubes
337
Charge of a plate of air
340
Results 646
343
Comparison with computed charge
346
D E F M K L 656
349
Table of glass plates 673
355
Conduction only normal to the surface of the plate 852
356
Two wires 36 x 1 and 1 of 72 x 185 Exp vi 476
357
Sea salt
359
Water with different quantities of salt in it 696
361
Method of the experiment 859
362
kotb not 1 On the theory of the electric fluid 862
368
Table of results at different temperatures 868
370
Table of the charges of plates of other substances
371
Canals of incompressible fluid
375
Difference between thick plates and thin ones
377
Charges of two parallel disks close together 878
380
Zero of potential
382
Table of results with cylindric vials
383
Fifth hypothesis on the communication of electricity between conductor
384
Electromotive force required to produce a spark
386
Two circular disks
387
The Lcyden jars 880
391
Capacity of a long narrow cylinder
393
Shock given by the Torpedo under water
397
Two cylinders
400
Lemma xvi
401
Glass as a dielectric
402
Influence of condensers
403
The two flat conductors between which the plate of air lies or in modern
404
Theory of the experiment with trial plates
406
Artificial Torpedo
409
Early form of Cavcndiahs Theory of Electricity
411
Shocks in air and under salt water Law of divided currents 415
415
Experiment of the globe and hemispheres
417
The testing electrometer 244
418
Torpedo in a basket in sand shock through wet shoes and through net 421424
421
Capacity of a disk of sensible thickness
423
Two circles 42 5
425
Square
426
Three parallel plates
427
Capacity as affected by walls of room
429
Tin cylinder c
430
Comparison of measurements of dielectric capacity
432
On Electrical Fishes
433
Why the Torpedo gives no spark 425135
434
Excess of redundant fluid on positive side abovo deficient fluid on negative side
437
Pump water rain water salt in 1000 sea water 684
443
Salt and fresh water
444
Other saline Bolutions
445
Globe and circle
448
Spreading of electricity on cemented plates Art 302 485
450
464
453

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