WorldCat Linked Data Explorer

http://worldcat.org/entity/work/id/3805775

Upon the electrical experiments to determine the location of the bullet in the body of the late President Garfield; and upon a successful form of induction balance for the painless detection of metallic masses in the human body

Open All Close All

http://schema.org/name

  • "Upon the electrical experiments to determine the location of the bullet in the body of the late president Garfield ; and upon a successful form of induction balance for the painless detection of metallic masses in the human body, by Alexander Graham Bell,... (A paper read before the American Association for the advancement of science, at the Montreal meeting, August 1882.) With an appendix"
  • "Upon the electrical experiments to determine the location of the bullet in the body of the late President Garfield; and upon a successful form of induction balance for the painless detection of metallic masses in the human body"@en
  • "Upon the electrical experiments to determine the location of the bullet in the body of the late President Garfield; and upon a successful form of induction balance for the painless detection of metallic masses in the human body"
  • "Upon the electrical experiments to determine the location of the bullet in the body of the late President Garfield and upon a successful form of induction balance for the painless detection of metallic masses in the human body"@en
  • "Upon the electrical experiments to determine the location of the bullet in the body of the late President Garfield; and upon a successful form of induction balance for the painless detection of metallic masses in the human body ... A paper ... With an appendix"@en
  • "Upon the electrical experiments to determine the location of the bullet in the body of the late President Garfield ; and upon a successful form of induction balance for the painless detection of metallic masses in the human body"@en
  • "Upon the electrical experiments to determine the location of the bullet in the body of the late President Garfield ; and upon a successful form of induction balance for the painless detection of metallic masses in the human body"