Experiments and observations on electricity

Franklin, Benjamin; Collinson, Peter
Printed and sold by E. Cave, at St. John's Gate, 1751
57. Lightning is Electrical Franklin began his experiments on electricity in the 1740s and communicated his results to correspondents in Great Britain. In 1751, these various letters were compiled into this book. The letters described Franklin's work on lighting strikes and lightning rods, and also discussed his positive & negative theory of electrical fluid.
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57. Lightning is Electrical

Franklin began his experiments on electricity in the 1740s and communicated his results to correspondents in Great Britain. In 1751, these various letters were compiled into this book. The letters described Franklin's work on lighting strikes and lightning rods, and also discussed his positive & negative theory of electrical fluid.

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