Index:Experimental researches in electricity.djvu

Experimental researches in electricity.djvu

Title Experimental researches in electricity
Author Michael Faraday
Source djvu
Progress To be proofread
Transclusion Index not transcluded or unreviewed

CONTENTS

  1. I.
    § 1. Identity of Electricities from Different Sources
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    1
    1. i.
      Voltaic Electricity
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      3
    2. ii.
      Ordinary Electricity
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      7
    3. iii.
      Magneto-Electricity
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      22
    4. iv.
      Thermo-Electricity
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      24
    5. v.
      Animal Electricity
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      24
  2.  
    §2. Relation by Measure of Common and Voltaic Electricity
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    27
  3. II.
    3. New Law of Electric Conduction
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    32
  4.  
    4. On Conducting Power Generally
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    41
  5. III.
    5. Electro-chemical Decomposition
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    47
    1. ¶ i.
      New Conditions of Electro-chemical Decomposition
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      48
    2. ¶ ii.
      Influence of Water in such Decomposition
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      54
    3. ¶ iii.
      Theory of Electro-chemical Decomposition
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      55
  6. IV.
    6. Power of Platina, etc., to Induce Combination
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    84
  7. V.
    5. Electro-chemical Decomposition- Continued (Nomenclature)
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    111
    1. iv.
      Some General Conditions of Electro-chemical Decomposition
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      115
    2. ¶ v.
      Volta-electrometer
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      122
    3. ¶ vi.
      Primary and Secondary Results
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      133
    4. ¶ vii.
      Definite Nature and Extent of Electro-chemical Forces
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      145
  8.  
    7. Absolute Quantity of Electricity in the Molecules of Matter
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    163
  9. VI.
    8. Electricity of the Voltaic Pile
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    172
    1. ¶ i.
      Simple Voltaic Circles
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      172
    2. ¶ ii.
      Electrolytic Intensity
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      203
    3. ¶ iii.
      Associated Voltaic Circles; or Battery
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      211
    4. ¶ iv.
      Resistance of an Electrolyte to Decomposition
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      218
    5. ¶ v.
      General Remarks on the Active Battery
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      226
  10. VII.
    9. On the Source of power in the Voltaic Pile
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    232
    1. ¶ i.
      Exciting Electrolytes being Good Conductors
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      238
    2. ¶ ii.
      Inactive Conducting Circles containing an Electrolyte
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      241
    3. ¶ iii.
      Active Circles containing Sulphuret of Potassium
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      259
  11. VIII.
    § 9.On the source of Power in the Voltaic Pile —Continued
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    271
    1. ¶ iv.
      The Exciting Chemical Force affected by Temperature
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      271
    2. ¶ v.
      The Exciting Chemical Force affected by Dilution.
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      284
    3. ¶ vi.
      Differences in the Order of the Metallic Elements of Voltaic Circles
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      295
    4. ¶ vii.
      Active Voltaic Circles and Batteries without Metallic Contact
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      298
    5. ¶ viii.
      Considerations of the Sufficiency of Chemical Action
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      302
    6. ¶ ix.
      Thermo-electric Evidence
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      308
    7. ¶ x.
      Improbable Nature of the Assumed Contact Force
      ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
      312
  12. On A Peculiar Voltaic Condition of Iron (Schoenbein)
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    317
  13. A Peculiar Voltaic Condition of Iron (Farady).
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    321,330
  14. Index
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    333