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" The rope was wound up with a weight of fourteen pounds attached, and twenty eight pounds were lifted from the floor. The movement is instantly stopped by breaking the connexion with the battery, and then reversed by simply interchanging the connexion... "
The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette - Page 203
1837
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1837
...weight of fourteen pounds attached, and twenty eight pounds were lifted from the floor. The movement is instantly stopped by breaking the connexion with...indefinitely continued. It is easy to cause a very gradual flow of the impaired or exhausted acid liquor from, and of fresh acidulated water into, the...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 27

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1837
...weight of fourteen pounds attached, and twenty-eight pounds were lifted from the floor. The movrnent is instantly stopped by breaking the connexion with...indefinitely continued. It is easy to cause a very gradual flow of the impaired or exhausted acid liquid from, and of fresh acidulated water into, the...
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Magazine of Popular Science, and Journal of the Useful Arts, Volume 4

Science - 1837
...attached, and twenty-eight pounds were lifted from the floor. The movement is instantly stopped bybreaking the connexion with the battery, and then reversed...indefinitely continued. It is easy to cause a very gradual flow of the impaired or exhausted acid liquor from, and of fresh acidulated water into, the...
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Electro-magnetism: History of Davenport's Invention of the Application of ...

Benjamin Silliman - 1837 - 94 pages
...weight of fourteen pounds attached, and twenty-eight pounds were lifted from the floor. The movement is instantly stopped by breaking the connexion with...machine, as a philosophical instrument, operates with IS beautiful and surprising effect, and no reason can be discovered why the motion may not be indefinitely...
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The Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1838
...weight of fourteen pounds attached, and twenty-eight pounds were lifted from the floor. The movement is instantly stopped by breaking the connexion with...becomes equally rapid in the opposite direction." Here is a philosophical instrument acting with great precision, and producing a certain effect, that...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Volume 6

Railroad engineering - 1838
...fourteen pounds attached, and twenty-eight pounds were lifted from the floor. The movement is ms-tantly stopped by breaking the connexion with the battery,...simply interchanging the connexion of the wires of the battr;ry with those of the machine, when it becomes equally rapid in the opposite direction. Tlie machine,...
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Lectures on Electricity: Comprising Galvanism, Magnetism, Electro-magnetism ...

Henry Minchin Noad - Electricity - 1844 - 457 pages
...calorimotor is employed. The movement is instantly stopped by breaking the contact with the battery, and thea reversed by simply interchanging the connexion of...it becomes equally rapid in the opposite direction. Another machine, composed entirely of electromagnets, both in its fixed and revolving members, is also...
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 7

Architecture - 1844
...when a large calorimotor is employed. The movement is stopped in an instant by breaking the contact with the battery, and then reversed by simply interchanging the connexion of the ģ ires of the battery with those of the machine, when it becomes equally rapid in the opposite direction....
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Manual of Electricity: Electricity and Galvanism

Henry Minchin Noad - Electricity - 1857
...minute, when a large ealorimotor is employed. The movement is instantly stopped by breaking the contact with the battery, and then reversed by simply interchanging...it becomes equally rapid in the opposite direction. Another machine, composed entirely of electro-magnets, both in its fixed and revolving members, is...
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Madras Journal of Literature and Science, Volume 7

1838
...weight of fourteen pounds attached, and twenty-eight pounds were lifted from the floor. The movement is instantly stopped by breaking the connexion with the battery, and then reģersed by simply interchanging the connexion of the wires of the battery with those of the machine,...
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