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Lodge writes: 'The following experiments among others were made in the course of 1888, beginning in February of that year. A brief account of the early experiments, with some of the deductions from them, was given in a couple of lectures to the Society of Arts in March, 1888, on Lightning Conductors; and in the ‘Electrician’ vols. 21, 22, 23, under the same title, a number of others were published at length, viz., the series of experiments relating to "the alternative path."'

Annotations in pencil and ink.

Subject: Physics / Electricity

Received 4 May 1891. Read 4 June 1891.

A version of this paper was published in volume 50 of the Proceedings of the Royal Society as 'Experiments on the discharge of Leyden jars'.

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PP/18/1
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1891
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Ink and graphite pencil on paper
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84 pages
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Manuscript

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Oliver Joseph Lodge

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Oliver Joseph Lodge, Paper, 'Experiments on the discharge of Leyden jars' by Oliver Joseph Lodge, 1891, PP/18/1, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/pp_18_1/paper-experiments-on-the-discharge-of-leyden-jars-by-oliver-joseph-lodge, accessed on 18 July 2024

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