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The order of treatment is one that appears from experience to be the best, and at the same time copies to some extent the derivation of the units on the electromagnetic system. Thus, the transition from magnetism to current electricity, and from this to electrostatics, presents a gradual development of ideas built in the first place upon magnetic phenomena. The theory of electrolysis takes its place after electrostatics, since in dealing with it, a knowledge of a quantity of charge is essential. The order of the remainder - electromagnetics, alternating currents, waves, current in gases, radioactivity, etc - With a final chapter dealing with some of the results of the electronic theory does not call for special remark.

The dividing line between what is technical and what is not, is becoming increasingly difficult to draw. Without in any case giving details or design of machinery, it has been attempted to elaborate the principles involved, so that a student should subsequently have no difficulty in following work of a more technical character. N o apology is offered for} using the methods of the differential and integral cal culus whenever it appeared that an advantage was gained by so doing, since it is imperative that a student who wishes to pursue his studies in electricity must have so much mathematical equipment. Endeavour has been made throughout to present clearly that a differential coefficient is a rate, and an integral a summation. The few simple differential equations that it is necessary to solve have been treated very fully and should present no difficulty.

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