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Lines of force and equipotential surfaces

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Lines of force of three bodies of unequal size, each forming a distinct system in ether of outer space.

Illus. in: A treatise on electricity and magnetism / James Clerk Maxwell. Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1873.

Published in: The tradition of science / Leonard C. Bruno. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, 1987, p. 284.

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01/01/1873
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Oxford (England) ,  51.75222, -1.25583
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f. 244, displayed as an open bifolium with f. 247v: diagrams from BL Arundel 263

f. 106v, displayed as an open bifolium with f. 105: diagrams from BL Arundel 263

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Skioptikonbild. Diagram över olika sorters gödsel.

f. 32v, displayed as an open bifolium with f. 31: notes and diagrams from BL Arundel 263

f. 10, displayed as an open bifolium with f. 5v: diagrams from BL Arundel 263

Crew members stand by with handling lines on the deck of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CITY OF CORPUS CHRISTI (SSN 705)

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Aerial Flight, vol. 1 pg. 113 fig. 50

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electricity physics england oxford diagrams engravings scientific illustrations oxford england lines force surfaces 19th century victorian era victorian england victorian britain history of england book illustrations engraving