Reference numberMM/25/12
TitleLetter from James Cumming, Cambridge, to Richard Phillips, Baldwin Cradock & Joys, Paternoster Row, London
Date30 April 1823
DescriptionLetter concerning Cumming's work on electro-magentism and thermos electricity '…all metals not excepting fluid necessary, produced a deviation on the magnetic needle of a Galvanoscope, provided the extremities of the metallic bars employed were at different temperatures…'
Physical descriptionOn paper, loose. 1 folio, folded
Access statusOpen
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