N-90-01-08 (1890)

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Title
N-90-01-08 (1890)
Description

This notebook covers the period January-May 1890. It was used by Arthur E. Kennelly and Theodore Lehmann as a rough record book in the Galvanometer Room. The book contains notes, drawings, and calculations regarding battery tests; the use of hydrogen as a rust inhibitor for steel; the use of a phonograph motor for sewing machines; insulation experiments; measurements of the magnetic permeability of iron; and various other electrical experiments. Transcriptions of these records can be found in Arthur E. Kennelly Notebooks #2 and #3. Two pages of notes relating to an \"Experiment on the Production of Electricity by passing Coal gas upon spongy Platinum\"" have not been transcribed. The front cover is labeled \""#588.\"" The spine is labeled \""105.\"" The book contains 189 numbered pages.

Only the notes on the coal gas experiment have been selected."

Identifier
NB088-N
Has Format
https://iiif.archive.org/iiif/taepnotebook-NB088/manifest.json
Is Part Of
Notebook Series -- Notebooks by Other Experimenters
Has Version
Item Set NB088-F
Type
Notebook
Rights
Courtesy of Thomas Edison National Historical Park.

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