On the influence of a spiral conductor in increasing the intensity of electricity from a galvanic arrangement of a single pair, &c

65. Self-Induction Henry was working on electromagnetic induction at the same time as Faraday and was the first to actually observe electric self-induction, but Faraday was the first to publish in 1831 and therefore received credit. Henry went on to become one of the leading American scientists and the first Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. This article was extracted from Richard Taylor's Scientific Memoirs.
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65. Self-Induction

Henry was working on electromagnetic induction at the same time as Faraday and was the first to actually observe electric self-induction, but Faraday was the first to publish in 1831 and therefore received credit. Henry went on to become one of the leading American scientists and the first Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. This article was extracted from Richard Taylor's Scientific Memoirs.

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