Ductor A 1 and creating electrical oscillations (see Electrokinetics) in the wire.
(See Electrokinetics.) The whole field thus opened up he explored with characteristic industry and care, and developed a mathematical theory which not only explained the electromagnetic phenomena already observed but also predicted many new ones.
(See Electrokinetics; Electric conduction; and Physical Units.) Since electric currents may be either continuous, i.e.
(See Electrokinetics.) Instruments of this type are called Electrodynamometers, and have been employed both as laboratory research instruments and for technical purposes.
(See Electrokinetics.) Requirements of a good House Meter.