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696                           CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI
X.    ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM—continued.
PAGE
Comparison of Methods for the Determination of Resistances
in Absolute Measure.  Art. 92.  1882        ....   Vol. II   134
Kirclihoff's Method, Maxwell's Electricity and Magnetism, § 759    .           „         135
Weber's Method by Transient Currents, Maxwell, § 760       .         .           „        137
Method of Revolving Coil.......           ,,139
Method of Foster and Lippmann     ......           „        143
Weber's Method by Damping          ......           „        145
Lorenz's Method .........           „        145
Experiments, by the Method of Lorenz, for the Further Determination of the Absolute Value of the British Association Unit of Resistance, with an Appendix on the Determination of the Pitch of a Standard Tuning-Fork. By Lord
Rayleigh and Mrs H. Sidgwick.  Art. 94.   1883         .        .          „      155 Details of Measurements:
Diameter of Disc      ........           „        167
The Induction-CoiLs........           ,,168
The Distance-Pieces ........           „        169
The Induction-Coefficients.         .         .         .         .         .         .           ,,170
The Resistance-Coils          .......           „        171
Appendix: Frequency of Vibration of Standard Fork .         .         .           ,,177 Second Appendix:  On the Effect of the Imperfect Insulation of
Coils..........           ,,182
On the Mean Radius of Coils of Insulated Wire.  Art. 95.  1883         „      184 On the Imperfection of the Galvanometer as a Test of the
Evanescence of a Transient Current.  Art. 105.   1883       .         „     228
On the Measurement of Electric Currents.   Art. 107.   1883     .         „      237 On the Measurement of the Electrical Resistance between Two
Neighbouring Points on a Conductor.  Art. 111.  1884      .         ,,276
On the Electro-Chemical Equivalent of Silver, and on the Absolute Electromotive Force of Clark Cells. By Lord
Rayleigh and Mrs H. Sidgwick.  Art. 112.  1884      .        .         „      278
The Fixed Coils.........           ,,289
The Suspended Coil      ........           „        290
Determination of Mean Kadius of Suspended Coil       ...           „        291
Calculation of Attraction       .......           „        295
The Silver Voltameters          .......           „        297
Appendix.   [Mathematical Table]   ......           „        337
Explanation of Figures........           )5        328
Notes:
Note to § 25.  [Effect of Temperature on Silver Deposits]     .                    „        329
Note to § 26.  [Mascart's revised Calculation]     ....           „        329
Note to § 27.  [Copper and Silver]    ......           „        330
Note to § 30.  [Clark-Cells].......           ,,331
Note to §32.  [Post Office Daniells].....           !!        331
Note 1 to, §37.  [Clark Cells].......           ,,331
Note 2 to § 37.  [Clark Cells].......           ^,332
A Lecture Experiment on Induction. Art. 114.   1884      .        .         „      355
On Telephoning through a Cable.   Art. 115.  1884 .        .        .         „      356   „      419