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FARADAY'S PLIGHT AND THE ORIGINS OF THE MAGNETO-ELECTRIC SPARK

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<title> RIASSUNTO </title>In un articolo molto approfondito, pubblicato in occasione del bicentenario della nascita di Leopoldo Nobili, G. Sbrighi ha esaminato le complesse problematiche sviluppatesi sulla scia della scoperta di Michael Faraday, dell'induzione elettromagnetica. In particolare, Sbrighi si è soffermato su una polemica nata dagli interessi di Nobili relativi all'elettromagnetismo. Integrando nuovi elementi, il presente articolo riesamina questi problemi con speciale riguardo all'impatto che ebbero in Gran Bretagna le notizie del lavoro di Nobili. Appare che la situazione di Faraday non era tanto caratterizzata dal timore che Nobili si impossessasse della sua gloria, quanto piuttosto dalla difesa della propria posizione in patria, nel momento in cui gli altri dubitavano del suo merito.

Affiliations: 1: College of St. Mark & St. John, Plymouth, Great Britain

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1990-01-01
2016-12-04

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