XXIII.—Change of Electric Resistance of Nickel due to Magnetisation at Different Temperatures

C. G. Knott
1905 Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh  
Since Lord Kelvin showed that the resistance of the magnetic metals was influenced by the state of magnetisation of these substances, a good deal of work has been done in investigating more carefully the extent and nature of the relation. It does not appear, however, that any attempt has been made to discover how change of temperature affects this influence. Twelve years ago in Japan I set one of my Japanese students to the construction of an apparatus suitable for making this research. A few
more » ... s research. A few preliminary experiments were made; and leaving Japan shortly after, I brought the apparatus with me in the hope of continuing the work in this country. Not till this summer, however, did I find leisure to return to the problem. The results obtained I wish now to lay before the Society.
doi:10.1017/s0080456800034712 fatcat:2gt4544i45fuhjptbagzx7rus4