Twenty four electrical radiometers to illustrate S

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1879-1888

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Crookes' tube containing a pendulum for showing the effect of insulated bodies in the beam of cathode rays. Front 3/4
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Crookes' tube containing a pendulum for showing the effect of insulated bodies in the beam of cathode rays. Front view
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Crookes' tube containing a pendulum for showing the effect of insulated bodies in the beam of cathode rays. Front 3/4
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Crookes' tube containing a pendulum for showing the effect of insulated bodies in the beam of cathode rays. Front 3/4
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One of twenty four electrical radiometers to illustrate Sir W. Crookes' researches on the electric discharge in high
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One of twenty four electrical radiometers to illustrate Sir W. Crookes' researches on the electric discharge in high
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Twenty four electrical radiometers to illustrate Sir W. Crookes' researches on the electric discharge in high vacua. (Originally twenty six but Nos. 61 and 45A (listed as 45 Pt1) broken and disposed of in 1956 and 1993.)

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Category:
Electricity and Magnetism
Object Number:
1888-169
credit:
Sir William Crookes

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