AMS Chelsea Publishing 1970; 1147 pp; hardcover Volume: 235 Reprint/Revision History: first AMS printing 2003 ISBN10: 0821834630 ISBN13: 9780821834633 List Price: US$115 Member Price: US$103.50 Order Code: CHEL/235.H
 The Electrical Papers, together with Electromagnetic Theory, constitute the Collected Papers of the great mathematical physicist. Table of Contents Vol. I  Comparing electromotive forces
 Voltaic constants
 On the best arrangement of Wheatstone's bridge for measuring a given resistance with a given galvanometer and battery
 Sensitiveness of Wheatstone's bridge
 On an advantageous method of using the differential galvanometer for measuring small resistances
 On the differential galvanometer
 On duplex telegraphy (Part I)
 On duplex telegraphy (Part II)
 Notes on Mr. Edison's electrical problem
 On the resistance of galvanometers
 On a test for telegraph lines
 On the electrostatic capacity of suspended wires
 On telegraphic signalling with condensers
 On the extra current
 On the speed of signalling through heterogeneous telegraph circuits
 On the theory of faults in cables
 On electromagnets, etc.
 Magnetoelectric current generators
 On induction between parallel wires
 Contributions to the theory of the propagation of current in wires
 Dimensions of a magnetic pole
 Theory of microphone and resistance of carbon contacts
 The Earth as a return conductor
 The relations between magnetic force and electric current
 The energy of the electric current
 Some electrostatic and magnetic relations
 The energy of the electric current
 The induction of currents in cores
 Remarks on the Volta force, etc.
 Electromagnetic induction and its propagation (first half)
Vol. II  On the electromagnetic wavesurface
 Notes on nomenclature
 Notes on the selfinduction of wires
 On the use of the bridge as an induction balance
 Electromagnetic induction and its propagation (second half)
 Some notes on the theory of the telephone, and on hysteresis
 Electrostatic capacity of overground wires
 Mr. W. H. Preece on the selfinduction of wires
 Notes on nomenclature
 On the selfinduction of wires
 On telegraph and telephone circuits
 On resistance and conductance operators, and their derivatives, inductance and permittance, especially in connection with electric and magnetic energy
 On electromagnetic waves, especially in relation to the vorticity of the impressed forces; and the forced vibrations of electromagnetic systems
 The general solution of Maxwell's electromagnetic equations in a homogeneous isotropic medium, especially in regard to the derivation of special solutions, and the formulæ for plane waves
 Lightning discharges, etc.
 Practice versus theory  electromagnetic waves
 Electromagnetic waves, the propagation of potential, and the electromagnetic effects of a moving charge
 The mutual action of a pair of rational currentelements
 The inductance of unclosed conductive circuits
 On the electromagnetic effects due to the motion of electrification through a dielectric
 Deflection of an electromagnetic wave by motion of the medium
 On the forces, stresses, and fluxes of energy in the electromagnetic field
 The position of \(4\pi\) in electromagnetic units
 Index
