ln the last number of the Science Bulletin [vol.4 no.3] we discussed Faraday's two experiments in current induction. It is interesting to recall at this time that September 21 of this year a centennial celebration of Faraday's discovery was held in Queen's Hall, London. Sir William Bragg, a renowned English physicist, gave the address on this occasion. This address was broadcast generally in America, being transmitted across the ocean by radio.
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