XIII. On electrical motions in a spherical conductor

@article{LambXIIIOE,
  title={XIII. On electrical motions in a spherical conductor},
  author={H. Lamb},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  pages={519 - 549}
}
  • H. Lamb
  • Physics
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
This paper treats of the motions of electricity produced in a spherical conductor by any electric or magnetic operations outside it. The investigation was undertaken some time ago in illustration of Maxwell’s theory of Electricity. This theory is so remarkable, more especially in the part which it assigns to dielectric media in the propagation of electromagnetic effects, that it seemed worth while to attack some problem in which all the details of the electrical processes could be submitted to… Expand
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