**Physics for University Students**

by Henry Smith Carhart

**Publisher**: Allyn and Bacon 1894**ISBN/ASIN**: 1103248456**Number of pages**: 468

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Contents: HEAT: Nature of Heat; Temperature and its Measurement; Expansion; Measurement of the Quantity of Heat; Transmission of Heat; Radiation and Absorption; Thermodynamics; Kinetic Theory of Gases; ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM: Electric Charges; Electrification by Influence; Electrical Potential; Capacity and Condensers; Atmospheric Electricity; Electrolysis; Ohm's Law and its Applications; Thermal Relations; Properties of Magnets; Magnetic Effects of a Current; Electrodynamics; Electromagnetism; Electromagnetic Induction; Dynamos and Motors; Electric Oscillations and Waves.

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