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Camera Lucida
The original design of the camera lucida was published by William Hyde Wollaston (1766-1828) in 1807. Wollaston's design, shown at the right, ...
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Spectrometers
This instrument is listed at $38 in the 1888 Queen Catalogue of Instruments for Physical Optics; the cut clearly shows how the arms are threaded into their ...
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Induction Coil
The original induction coil was invented in 1836 by Nicholas Callan ... of the Ritchie coil shows the rotating toothed wheel that is used to make and break ...
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Kenyon College Physics - Weekly Events Calendar - Spring 2004
Visiting Assistant Professor Candidate Research Presentation (Franklin Miller, Jr. Lecture Hall, Hayes 109) Dr. Sandra Doty, Ohio State Unversity, ...
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Fourier Analysis
Malcolm Graham, our host, told me that this "Manometric Flame Analyser for the timbre of sounds, with 14 universal resonators ... 650 francs" ($130) had ...
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Magnetoelectric Machines
Unlike the earlier magneto-electric machines, the Gramme machine used a series of thirty armature coils, placed inside a revolving ring of soft iron. ...
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Electromagnet
This is an electromagnet with three poles! This one is from Queen of Philadelphia ($4.50 in the 1867 catalogue), and is the collection of Grinnell College. ...
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Telegraph
The telegraph instrument shown below in front and back views is in the Museum at the University of Mississippi. This is a single-needle device (the needle ...
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Lecture_Room_Chairs
Lecture Room Chairs ... Barnard designed cast-iron tablet-arm chairs for the physics classroom, a few of which still survive in the University Museum. ...
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Density of Air
The density of air under standard conditions is only 1.239 milligrams per cubic centimeter under standard conditions. Measuring the density is done by ...
 
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