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The Mechanical universe and beyond. / Part 33-34, Electric circuits ; Magnetism

Author: David L GoodsteinPeter F BuffaAaron FletcherCalifornia Institute of Technology.Southern California Consortium for Community College Television.All authors
Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : Intellimation [distributor], ©1987.
Series: Mechanical universe and beyond, 33-34.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videodisc   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Program 33. Design and analysis of how currents flowing in series and parallel circuits of resistors and capacitors depend not only on the celebrated laws of Ohm and Kirchhoff, but also on the less celebrated work of Charles Wheatstone. Program 34. William Gilbert discovered that the earth behaves like a giant magnet. Discussion of Gilbert's work and of magnetism as a natural phenomenon, the behaviour of magnetic  Read more...
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Named Person: Georg Simon Ohm; G Kirchhoff; Charles Wheatstone, Sir; William Gilbert
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: David L Goodstein; Peter F Buffa; Aaron Fletcher; California Institute of Technology.; Southern California Consortium for Community College Television.; Annenberg/CPB Project.; Intellimation, Inc.
ISBN: 0897765605 9780897765602
OCLC Number: 227719080
Notes: "The Annenberg/CPB Collection."
Half-hour programs, 2 programs per videodisc.
Continuation of The Mechanical universe. "Part II."
Alternative series title: Beyond the mechanical universe.
Credits: Creator & host, David L. Goodstein ; producer, Peter F. Buffa ; executive producer, Sally V. Beaty.
Performer(s): Aaron Fletcher.
Description: 1 videodisc (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 12 in.
Details: Laserdisc.
Series Title: Mechanical universe and beyond, 33-34.
Other Titles: Magnetism
Electric circuits
Beyond the mechanical universe.
Part 33-34
Responsibility: a co-production of the California Institute of Technology and the Corporation for Community College Television.

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Program 33. Design and analysis of how currents flowing in series and parallel circuits of resistors and capacitors depend not only on the celebrated laws of Ohm and Kirchhoff, but also on the less celebrated work of Charles Wheatstone. Program 34. William Gilbert discovered that the earth behaves like a giant magnet. Discussion of Gilbert's work and of magnetism as a natural phenomenon, the behaviour of magnetic materials, and the motion of charged particles in a magnetic field.

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