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" If any danger to the man should be apprehended (though I think there would be none), let him stand on the floor of his box, and now and then bring near to the rod the loop of a wire that has one end fastened to the leads, he holding it by a wax handle... "
A History of Science - 291. oldal
szerző: Henry Smith Williams, Edward Huntington Williams - 1904
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The Works of Benjamin Franklin: Containing Several Political and ..., 5. kötet

Benjamin Franklin - 1837
...electrified and afford sparks, the rod drawing fire to him from a cloud. If any danger to the man should be apprehended (though I think there would be none),...electrified, will strike from the rod to the wire, and not affect him. 22. Before I leave this subject of lightning, I may . mention some other similarities between...

Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at ..., 32. kötet

American Philosophical Society - 1838
...electrified and afford sparks, the rod drawing fire to him from a cloud. If any danger to the man should be apprehended (though I think there would be none),...electrified, will strike from the rod to the wire and not affect him." On the loth of May, i 752, M. D'Alibard, the translator of Franklin's letters lo Collinson,...

Lectures on electricity

William Sturgeon - 1842
...electrified and afford sparks, the rod drawing fire to him from the cloud. If any danger to the man should be apprehended (though I think there would be none)...electrified, will strike from the rod to the wire, and not affect him." The plan for this grand experiment being made generally known throughout Europe and America,...

Popular Lectures on Science and Art: Delivered in the Principal ..., 1. kötet

Dionysius Lardner - 1846 - 568 oldal
...and afford sparks, the rod drawing fire to him from a cloud. If any danger to the man be apprehended, let him stand on the floor of his box, and now and...electrified, will strike from the rod to the wire, and not affect him."* When this and other papers by Franklin, illustrating similar views, were sent to London,...

Popular Lectures on Science and Art: Delivered in the Principal ..., 1. kötet

Dionysius Lardner - 1846
...and aflbrd sparks, the rod drawing fire to him from a cloud. If any danger to the man be apprehended, let him stand on the floor of his box, and now and...the leads, he holding it by a wax handle ; so the sparH, if the rod is electrified, will strike from the rod to the wire, and not aflect him."e When...

Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., 14. kötet

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1896
...electrified and afford sparks, the rod drawni fire to him from a cloud. " If any danger to the man should be apprehended (though I think there would be none), let him stand on the floor of his box, and DO» and then bring near to the rod the loop of a wire that has one eu fastened to the leads, he holding...

Popular Lectures on Science and Art: Delivered in the Principal ..., 1. kötet

Dionysius Lardner - 1856
...and afford sparks, the rod drawing fire to him from a cloud. If any danger to the man be apprehended, let him stand on the floor of his box, and now and then bring near to the rod the loop of a »ire that has one end fastened to the leads, he holding it by a wax handle ; so the sparks, if the...

Nature, 53. kötet

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1896
...electrified and afford sparks, the rod drawing fire to him from a cloud. " If any danger to the man should be apprehended (though I think there would be none),...electrified, will strike from the rod to the wire, and not affect him." 2 The experiment suggested by Franklin was successfully performed in Marly (France), by...

The Life of Benjamin Franklin

Jeremiah Chaplin - 1876 - 398 oldal
...the rod drawing fire to him from a cloud. If any danger to the man should be apprehended (though 1 think there would be none), let him stand on the floor...fastened to the leads, he holding it by a wax handle; BO the sparks, if the rod is electrified, will strike from the rod to the wire, aud not affect him."...

Stories of Invention Told by Inventors and Their Friends

Edward Everett Hale - 1885 - 297 oldal
...electrified and afford sparks, the rod drawing fire to him from a cloud. If any danger to the man should be apprehended (though I think there would be none),...electrified, will strike from the rod to the wire, and not affect him." The Royal Society " did not think these papers worth printing " ! But, happily, Collinson...




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