George Green Quote

Although many of the artifices employed in the works before mentioned are remarkable for their elegance, it is easy to see they are adapted only to particular objects, and that some general method, capable of being employed in every case, is still wanting.


introducing his mathematical methods for the description of electricity and magnetism, George Green (1828). An essay on the application of mathematical analysis to the theories of electricity and magnetism. T. Wheelhouse. p. vi.

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Although many of the artifices employed in the works before mentioned are remarkable for their elegance, it is easy to see they are adapted only to...

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Although many of the artifices employed in the works before mentioned are remarkable for their elegance, it is easy to see they are adapted only to...

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Although many of the artifices employed in the works before mentioned are remarkable for their elegance, it is easy to see they are adapted only to...

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Although many of the artifices employed in the works before mentioned are remarkable for their elegance, it is easy to see they are adapted only to...