By James Clerk Maxwell
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We may make sphere whose radius is 5 units is placed on an insulating segment of a thin spherical shell is fastened to an in- A stand. The radius of the spherical surface of the shell sulating handle. the diameter of the circular edge of the segment is 8, and the is 5, height of the segment one-fifth part also 5, is placed The first When A applied to the sphere it covers second sphere, whose radius is on an insulating handle. is electrified, the segment is then placed in and removed. The second sphere is then made to sphere, removed and discharged, and then made to sphere contact with touch the is 2.
It will be found that each is charged, and that if the electromotive force acts in the direction AB, the disk on the side of A will be charged negatively, and that on the side of B positively, the numerical values of these charges being equal. This shews that there has been an actual transference of electricity from the one Fi 15 disk to the other, the direction of this transference being that of the electromotive force. This experiment with two disks affords a much more convenient method of measuring the electromotive force at a point than the experiment with the charged pith ball.
3. the axle, dips into sulphuric acid contained in the lower part of the glass case of the instrument, and thus puts the needle into electrical connection with the acid. The lower end of the axle also carries a piece of platinum, immersed in the acid which serves to check the vibrations of the needle. The needle hangs within a, shallow cylindrical brass box, with circular apertures is in the This box top and bottom. divided into four quadrants, a, b, c, d, centre of its which are separately mounted on glass stems, and thus insulated from the case and from one another.
An Elementary Treatise on Electricity by James Clerk Maxwell