The Library of Work and Play: Electricity and Its Everyday Uses
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The Library of Work and Play: Electricity and Its Everyday Uses

By John F. Woodhull
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Table of Contents
  • THE LIBRARY OF WORK AND PLAY Electricity and Its Everyday Uses
  • THE LIBRARY OF WORK AND PLAY
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • I THE DYNAMO AND THE POWER STATION
  • II THE DYNAMO, CONTINUED—THE MAGNET
  • III THE AMMETER
  • IV THE WATTMETER
  • V THE ELECTRIC MOTOR
  • VI APPLICATIONS OF THE ELECTRO-MAGNET
  • VII ELECTRIC HEATING
  • VIII APPLICATIONS OF ELECTRIC HEATING
  • IX LIGHTING A SUMMER CAMP BY ELECTRICITY
  • X HOW ELECTRICITY FEELS
  • XI THE ELECTRICAL SPARKING EQUIPMENT FOR A GASOLENE ENGINE
  • XII ELECTRICITY FROM CENTRAL STATIONS
  • XIII ELECTRICITY FROM AN OLD MILL
  • XIV DOING CHORES BY ELECTRICITY
  • XV ELECTRIC CURRENTS FROM CHEMICAL ACTION AND CHEMICAL ACTION FROM ELECTRIC CURRENTS
  • XVI ELECTROCUTION AT MILLVILLE
  • XVII THE TELEPHONE
  • XVIII ELECTRIC BELL OUTFIT FOR THE COTTAGE
  • XIX USING ELECTRICITY TO AID THE MEMORY
  • XX THE ELECTRIC BRICK OVEN
  • XXI ELECTRIC WAVES
  • XXII RINGING BELLS AND LIGHTING LAMPS BY ELECTRIC WAVES
  • XXIII TELEGRAPHING BY ELECTRIC WAVES
  • XXIV HALLEY'S COMET AND ELECTRICAL WAVES
  • XXV HOW THE IDEA OF A UNIVERSAL ETHER DEVELOPED
  • XXVI ELECTRIC CURRENTS CANNOT BE CONFINED TO WIRES
  • XXVII WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY IN EARNEST
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