|←Author Index: Fa||Michael Faraday
|British physicist and chemist who contributed significantly to the fields of electromagnetism and electrochemistry
Faraday's books, with the exception of Chemical Manipulation, were collections of scientific papers or transcriptions of lectures. Since his death, Faraday's diary has been published, as have several large volumes of his letters and Faraday's journal from his travels with Davy in 1813–1815.
- Chemical manipulation: being instructions to students in chemistry, on the methods of performing experiments of demonstration or of research, with accuracy and success, 1830 ; second 1830 ; third (last hand)
- Experimental researches in electricity , , ,
- The Forces of Matter
- The Chemical History of a Candle
- Experimental Researches in Chemistry and Physics, 1859
- The Liquefaction of Gases, 1823-45 (London: 1896)
- The fundamental laws of electrolytic conduction, 1899
- On the various forces of nature and their relations to each other, 1894
(collection) The Letters of Faraday and Schoenbein 1836-1862 (1899)
Works about FaradayEdit
- Henry Bence Jones: The life and letters of Faraday, 1870.
- John Tyndall: Faraday as a discoverer, 1868.
- "Faraday" by E. T. Whittaker in A History of the Theories of Aether and Electricity, (1910)