Application of the Maxwell Impedance Bridge to the Calibration of Electromagnetic Seismographs.
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Application of the Maxwell Impedance Bridge to the Calibration of Electromagnetic Seismographs. by Canada. Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys. Dominion Observatories.

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SeriesCanada Dominion Observatory Contributions -- V.3,no.12
ContributionsWillmore, P.L.
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