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The authors write: 'The results of the experimental work that has been described in part II of this paper indicate the desirability of two different investigations on the theory of the absolute electrometer.' The affiliated paper was abstracted in volume 59 of the Proceedings of the Royal Society as 'The measurement of high potential difference'.

Subject: Physics / Electricity

Read 5 December 1895. Communicated by W E [William Edward] Ayrton.

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H C Leake

R Leventhorpe

C S Whitehead

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H C Leake, R Leventhorpe, C S Whitehead, Unpublished appendix, 'Measurement of high potential difference' by H C Leake, R Leventhorpe and C S Whitehead, 1895, AP/72/2, The Royal Society Archives, London,, accessed on 18 July 2024

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