EDISON EFFECT: “On a peculiar behaviour of glow lamps when raised to high incandescence” (Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 38, No. 236, pp. 219-230). William Henry Preece.
EDISON EFFECT: “On a peculiar behaviour of glow lamps when raised to high incandescence” (Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 38, No. 236, pp. 219-230)

EDISON EFFECT: “On a peculiar behaviour of glow lamps when raised to high incandescence” (Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 38, No. 236, pp. 219-230).

London: Harrison & Sons, 1885. Three Quarter Leather. First Edition. ix, [1], 506, xl pp. 8vo. Black leather spine with five raised bands, green leather patch title with gold embossed titling, library call number in white ink at base, marbled paper insets to boards. Ex-Library bookplate on front pastedown. Very clean within. Very Good.
William Henry Preece (1834–1913), confirmed Thomas Edison's experiments demonstrating thermionic emission, and coined the term "Edison Effect."
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