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Libros Libros 1 - 2 de 2 sobre The inductorium. thus excluding the interrupter. These several connections upon the...
" The inductorium. thus excluding the interrupter. These several connections upon the head-piece are simply arranged and are all in view ; there are no concealed wires. From the head-piece extend two parallel rods 22 cm. in length, between which slides... "
American Journal of Physiology - Página xxxvi
1903
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Manual of Practical Physiology: Designed for the Physiological Laboratory ...

John Conrad Hemmeter - 1912 - 223 páginas
...wires. These descriptions of apparatus, etc., are taken from the catalogue of the Harvard Apparatus Co. From the head-piece extend two parallel rods 22 cm....bar screwed to the ends of the hard rubber spool. FIG. 5. — Inductorium. (Enlarged from Porter's Introduction to Physiology.) The brass bar bears a...
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Journal of Applied Microscopy, Volumen6

L. B. Elliott - 1903
...there being no concealed wires. The secondary coil slides on brass rods fastened to the head piece. Each end of the secondary wire is fastened to a brass bar screwed to the ends of the hard spool. The brass bars bear a trunnion which revolves in a split brass block, the fricFIG. 1. tion of...
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