| Henry Draper - 1868 - 507 Seiten
...to the surface of the plates in contact with the liquid, and to the section of the connecting wire. **3d. The force of the current is equal to the electromotive force divided by the resistance.** The instrument, Fig. 134, serves to illustrate the resistance imposed by different metals in a Voltaic... | |
| 1894
...the resistance in ohms, and the current in amperes, the law is expressed very simply by saying that **the " current is equal to the electromotive force divided by the resistance.** " Thus, if the electromotive force be i volt, and the resistance of the circuit be i ohm, the current... | |
| John Charles Buckmaster - 1871 - 204 Seiten
...proportional to the strength of the current. On these data is founded the following law : — The intensity **of the current is equal to the electro-motive force divided by the resistance.** E Formula: — I = •^•• K. I. Intensity of current. E. Electro-motive force. R. Resistance. Now... | |
| a. privat deschanel - 1873
...chosen for expressing the current C, the resistance E,, and the electro-motive force E, we have or **the current is equal to the electro-motive force divided by the resistance.** This is Ohm's law, so called from its discoverer. 539. Explanation of the term Electro-motive Force.... | |
| 1875
...which lies at the base of successful and economical telegraphy, was discovered by Ohm. " The intensity **of the current is equal to the electro-motive force divided by the resistance.** " 215.*Electric Potential, which may be popularly interpreted as electric level, is essentially a ratio.... | |
| Sir Norman Lockyer - 1877
..."theoretical division" is not concise the following quotation will suffice to show : — " The strength **of the current is equal to the electromotive force divided by the resistance** ; this is known as Ohm's law ; it is directly proportional to the electromotive force, and inversely... | |
| George Gore - 1877
...electromotive force of the battery, and the total amount of resistance in the circuit. The strength **of the current is equal to the electro-motive force divided by the resistance** ; this is known as Ohm's law ; it is directly proportional to the electro-motive force, and inversely... | |
| George Gore - 1877 - 395 Seiten
...electromotive force of the battery, and the total amount of resistance in the circuit. The strength **of the current is equal to the electro-motive force divided by the resistance** ; this is known as Ohm's law ; it is directly proportional to the electro-motive force, and inversely... | |
| A. E. Loring - 1878 - 98 Seiten
...force, E the resistance, and C the current which will pass through the circuit, thus : C -E ~E or, **the current is equal to the electro-motive force divided by the resistance.** MEASUREMENT OF CURRENTS. Electric currents may be measured by an instrument called a galvanometer,... | |
| Le Roy Clark Cooley - 1880 - 317 Seiten
...liquid shall act chemically upon one more than upon the other. 103. Ohm's law states that the strength **of the current is equal to the electro-motive force divided by the resistance.** Definitions. — "The force by which electricity is set in motion in the circuit is called the ELECTRO-MOTIVE... | |
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