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An Elementary Treatise on Electricity by James Clerk Maxwell

By James Clerk Maxwell

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An electrical experiments it is in such a electrified of the glass has always a little moisture condensed on it. For this reason electrical apparatus is often placed before a fire, before it is to be used, so that the moisture of the air on the warmed surface of the too warm, conductor. it loses its glass. But if may not condense the glass is made insulating power and becomes a good 14 INSULATORS. Hence glass it is may The [l6. best to adopt a method by which, the surface of the be kept dry without heating it.

Electrification is that Idiostatic. Instruments in which we wish to Those in which there is test, pendent of that to be tested are called Heterostatic. are inde- electrification In an idiostatic instrument, like the gold-leaf electroscope, the indications whether the potential to be tested is positive or negative, and the amount of the indication is, when very small, In a heteronearly as the square of the difference of potential. static instrument, like the quadrant electrometer, the indication are the same, to the one side or to the other, as the potential is positive or negative, and the amount of the indication is proportional to the is and not to the square of that difference.

37-] or \^,{(E'-E)(F+P)} 31 = Qf-q = ^{(E'+E)(P'-P)}, (11) or in words, THEOREM IV. The increment of the energy of a fixed system of conductors to is equal half the sum of the products of the increment of the potential of each conductor into the sum of the original and final charges of that conductor. ] If all the conductors but one are maintained at constant potentials (which may be done by connecting them with voltaic batteries of constant electromotive force), equation (11) is reduced to

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