In the May Number of the Science Bulletin, the writer gave a brief outline of the historical development of our present knowledge of the magnetic properties of an electric current. In tracing this development from an experimental point of view, a brief statement was made of the contributions of each of the following renowned scientists: Oersted, Arago, Ampere, Faraday and Henry. In this article of the May Number no reference was made to current induction as one of the magnetic effects of an electric current.
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"Induced Current Electricity,"
Science Bulletin: Vol. 4:
3, Article 6.
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