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Chemical field lectures

Julius Adolph StoМ€ckhardt

Chemical field lectures

a familiar exposition of the chemistry of agriculture, addressed to farmers

by Julius Adolph StoМ€ckhardt

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Published by Bohn in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited, with notes, by Arthur Henfrey; to which is added a paper on irrigating with liquid manure, by J.J. Mechi.
SeriesBohn"s scientific library
ContributionsHenfrey, Arthur., Mechi, John Joseph.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20058779M

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InFaraday briefly set up a circuit to study whether a magnetic field could regulate the flow of a current in an adjacent wire, but he found no such relationship. Over the course of several letters to his close friend Benjamin Abbott, Faraday outlined his recommendations on the art of lecturing: Faraday wrote "a flame should be lighted at the commencement and kept alive with unremitting splendour to the end".

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