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On the electro-magnetic properties of metalliferous veins in the mines of Cornwall.
Robert Were Fox
|Other titles||Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1830, p399-414.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||414|
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Get this from a library. On the electro-magnetic properties of metalliferous veins in the mines of Cornwall. [Robert Were Fox]. "Some Observations of Metalliferous Veins, and their Electro-magnetic Properties".
Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall. 3: 21–28; Fox, Robert Were (). "On the Electro-Magnetic Properties of Metalliferous Veins in the Mines of Cornwall". Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. –Fields: Mining, geology, geophysics.
Fox, Robert Were. On the electro-magnetic properties of metalliferous veins in the mines of Cornwall. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London [?] Text. Freycinet, Louis Claude Desaulses de. The first of these is on the 'Alloys of Platinum,' and was published in Thomson's 'Annals of Philosophy' for A very important discovery made by Fox was the 'Electro-Magnetic Properties of Metalliferous Veins in the Mines of Cornwall' ('Philosophical Transactions' for ).
Electrical and electromagnetic geophysical techniques have reached a high level of technological sophistication since they were first used in boreholes less than one hundred years ago. Borehole logging-the detailed determination of rock and fluid properties adjacent to the borehole, and borehole geophysics-extending the range of geophysical investigation large distances away from the Cited by: Fox, Robert Were.
On the electro-magnetic properties of metalliferous veins in the mines of Cornwall. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London [?] Text.
Greenough, George Bellas. A critical examination of the first principles of geology, in a series of essays. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown.
Fox, Robert Were. On the electro-magnetic properties of metalliferous veins in the mines of Cornwall. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (): – (Red notebook, p. 20e). Hall, Basil.
See below, Playfair, John. Humboldt, Alexander von. Tableaux de la nature. "Some Observations of Metalliferous Veins, and their Electro-magnetic Properties". Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall. 3: 21– Retrieved 9 December Fox, Robert Were ().
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Sir, — Mines Department, Wellington, 30th June, I have the honour to present the annual reports of inspection of mines, together with reports of Wardens and other officers, accompanied by statistical information in regard to the goldfields and metalliferous mines of the Dominion, for the year ended the 31st December, Some of the best mines of New South Wales are in calcareous veins.
Sundry gold-reefs in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, and Bohemia are full of calcite. Dolomite occurs in Californian and Manitoban mines; [Pg ] and apatite, aragonite, gypsum, selenite, and crystalline limestone have all proved auriferous, while in some cases.
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Man, a creation endued with mighty faculties, but a mystery to himself, stands in the midst of a wonderful world, and an infinite variety of phenomena arise around him in strange form and magical disposition, like the phantasma of a restless night.Fox of Falmouth has obtained some highly important results respecting the electricity of metalliferous veins in the mines of Cornwall, which have been published in the Philosophical Transactions I have examined the paper with a view to ascertain whether any of the effects were probably referable to magneto-electric induction; but, though.