"On Some New Electro-Magnetical Motions, and on the Theory of Magnetism ", in The Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature and the Arts, Vol. XII (1822)

Faraday, Michael

Published by John Murray, 1822, 1822
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First printing of the landmark article (pp. 74-96) in which Faraday demonstrated the conversion of electrical force into mechanical motion -- in effect, the creation of the first electric motor. "It was this paper.which thrust Faraday into the first rank of European scientists." (Williams) Bound together with 3 subsequent notes by Faraday (pp. 186f., 283-285, 416-421) + 2 illus. plates, all from the same Vol. XII. Removed and recently re-bound in an attractive cloth binding, with blank leaves separating the articles/notes, and printed label on front cover. Foxing on the 2 plates. Otherwise in Fine condition. -- Faraday omitted this, and his other papers published before 1832, from his 3-volume "Experimental Researches in Electricity". Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: "On Some New Electro-Magnetical Motions, and...
Publisher: John Murray, 1822
Publication Date: 1822
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Near Fine
Edition: First Edition.

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Faraday, Michael
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Book Description John Murray, 1822, London, 1822. Hard Cover. Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. First Edition. First printing of the landmark article (pp. 74-96) in which Faraday demonstrated the conversion of electrical force into mechanical motion -- in effect, the creation of the first electric motor. "It was this paper.which thrust Faraday into the first rank of European scientists." (Williams) Bound together with 3 subsequent notes by Faraday (pp. 186f., 283-285, 416-421) + 2 illus. plates, all from the same Vol. XII. Removed and recently re-bound, together with the title page for Vol. XII, in an attractive cloth binding, with blank leaves separating the articles/notes. Printed label on front cover. Foxing on the 2 plates. Otherwise in Fine condition. -- Faraday omitted this, and his other papers published before 1832, from his 3-volume "Experimental Researches in Electricity". Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 002836

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