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Inductive Receiver.
  1. One cell upon primary circuit­no battery upon secondary circuit. S. vibrated visibly producing a musical note as loud as in Exp. 5
  2. One cell upon each circuit.

    close-up Arrangement otherwise as in (Fig 6). Poles of electro-magnets opposed to one another. Sound at S about the same loudness as that mentioned in Exp. 5.

  3. Arrangement as in Exp. 9 save that close-up like poles are presented to one another. Sound at S ( Fig 6) same as in Exp. 9.

  4. Arrangement similar to that in Fig 6. save that two cells of battery were placed upon the secondary circuit. The poles of MM' were opposed as in Fig 7. Sound

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