John Tyndall Quote

The experimental researches of Faraday are so voluminous, their descriptions are so detailed, and their wealth of illustration is so great, as to render it a heavy labour to master them. The multiplication of proofs, necessary and interesting when the new truths had to be established, are however less needful now when these truths have become household words in science.


Preface to the Second Edition (December 1869). - Faraday as a Discoverer (1868)

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The experimental researches of Faraday are so voluminous, their descriptions are so detailed, and their wealth of illustration is so great, as to...

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The experimental researches of Faraday are so voluminous, their descriptions are so detailed, and their wealth of illustration is so great, as to...

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The experimental researches of Faraday are so voluminous, their descriptions are so detailed, and their wealth of illustration is so great, as to...

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The experimental researches of Faraday are so voluminous, their descriptions are so detailed, and their wealth of illustration is so great, as to...