Definition of Conservation of electricity
1. Noun. The principle that the total electric charge of a system remains constant despite changes inside the system.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Conservation Of Electricity
Literary usage of Conservation of electricity
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Electrical Review (1881)
"THE conservation of electricity. To the Editor of THE TELEGRAPHIC JOURNAL. ... So also the doctrine of the conservation of electricity which now is growing ..."
2. Elementary Lessons in Electricity & Magnetism by Silvanus Phillips Thompson (1886)
"So also the doctrine of the Conservation of Electricity, now growing into shape,1 but here first enunciated under this name, teaches us that we can neither ..."
3. Science Abstracts by Institution of Electrical Engineers (1900)
"Conservation of Electricity. OM Corbino. (N. Cimento, 11. pp. ... 159, 1881) thé importance of the principle of conservation of electricity. ..."
4. Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine (1881)
"... appearance AT a meeting of the Paris • Academy of Sciem-es, a paper was read "On the Principle of Conservation of Electricity," by M. Lippmann. ..."
5. The Theory of the Relativity of Motion by Richard Chace Tolman (1917)
"The Conservation of Electricity. We may also obtain very easily an equation for the conservation of electric charge. In accordance with equation (284) we ..."
6. A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism by Éleuthère Élie Nicolas Mascart, Jules François Joubert (1883)
"... as in some sense the expression of the principle of the conservation of electricity; following M. Lippmann, we shall give some of the applications. 651. ..."