Replica of James Joule's Electromagnet
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Replica of an electromagnet used by James Joule, the original of which was used in 1843 to demonstrate the heating effect of an electric current. Horizontal glass cylinder wound with cotton fabric. Armature of metal strip bound together and wound with cotton-covered copper wire.
- Scientific Instruments & Research
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- Gift of University of Manchester Institute of Science & Technology
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