Definition of Dynamic electricity
1. Noun. A flow of electric charge.
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Literary usage of Dynamic electricity
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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1858)
"^^_____ Researches on the Correlation of dynamic electricity and the other Physical Forces. By M. Louis SOKET. INTRODUCTION. Suppose an electric circuit ..."
2. A Treatise on Electricity, in Theory and Practice by Auguste de La Rive, Charles Vincent Walker (1856)
"CALORIFIC AND LUMINOUS EFFECTS OF dynamic electricity. Forms and Conditions under which Heat and Light are produced by Dynamic ..."
3. Lectures on electricity (dynamic and Franklinic) in its relations to by Alphonso David Rockwell (1881)
"The third form of electricity, viz., current or dynamic electricity, ... And yet, under certain circumstances, dynamic electricity becomes, as it were, ..."
4. Experimental Science: Elementary, Practical and Experimental Physics by George Milton Hopkins (1890)
"dynamic electricity. GENERATION OF THE ELECTRIC CURRENT. When two dissimilar metals, such as pure copper and pure zinc, are placed in contact in acidulated ..."
5. A Treatise on Electricity in Theory and Practice by Auguste de La Rive, Charles Vincent Walker (1853)
"ON MAGNETISATION BY dynamic electricity. WE have already seen, in the preceding Chapter, that immediately after Oersted's discovery, M. Arago showed that an ..."
6. The Mechanics' Magazine (1858)
"... "On the Magnet and Magnetic Phenomena," " Mutual Action of Magnetism and dynamic electricity and of Electric Currents upon each other," " Magnetisation ..."