By James Clerk Maxwell
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The difference between these two values is the sum of the parallelograms KQ, LR> MS, NT, the breadths of which are equal, and their united height is ST. Their united area is therefore equal to that of the parallelogram Nv VE. By increasing without limit the number of equal parts into which the charge is divided, the breadth of the parallelograms will be diminished without limit. In the limit, therefore, the difference of the two values of the work vanishes, and either value becomes ultimately equal to the area CAFGHBD, bounded by the curve, the extreme ordinates, and the base line.
Electrification is that Idiostatic. Instruments in which we wish to Those in which there is test, pendent of that to be tested are called Heterostatic. are inde- electrification In an idiostatic instrument, like the gold-leaf electroscope, the indications whether the potential to be tested is positive or negative, and the amount of the indication is, when very small, In a heteronearly as the square of the difference of potential. static instrument, like the quadrant electrometer, the indication are the same, to the one side or to the other, as the potential is positive or negative, and the amount of the indication is proportional to the is and not to the square of that difference.
EXPERIMENT VIII. When an electrified body is the total electrification and hung up within a closed metallic of the inner surface of the vessel is vessel, equal opposite to that of the lody. ] After hanging the body within the vessel, discharge the external electrification of the vessel, and hang up the whole within a larger vessel connected with the electroscope. no will indicate electrification, and will The electroscope remain unaffected even the electrified body be taken out of the smaller vessel and moved about within the larger vessel.
An Elementary Treatise on Electricity by James Clerk Maxwell