Expériences et observations sur l'électricité faites à Philadelphie en Amérique

By Benjamin Franklin

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d'air environnée de douze particules d'eau, II. 12.

_Particules_ d'eau s'attachent aux particules d'air, II. 8.

_Particules_ d'eau rassemblées forment la pluye, II. 13.

_Particules_ électriques attirées par la matière, I. 5.

_Particules_ électriques ne traversent point le verre, mais leur
répulsion le traverse, I. 209.

_Particules_ électriques, quoique mutuellement répulsives, sont
rapprochées par l'attraction du verre, I. 209.

_Partie_ de plaisir, I. 194.

_Parties_ composantes du verre extrèmement déliées, I. 206.

_Passages_ de l'état électrique négatif au positif, II. 243.

_Pays_ sans montagnes peut-être arrosé, II. 20.

_Peinture_ sur la dorure emportée par le tonnerre, II. 49.

_Philadelphie_, I. 194.

_Plein_ (le) & le vuide de feu électrique se trouvent dans la bouteille,
I. 52.

_Plein_ (le) & le vuide électrique pressent violemment, l'un pour se
dilater, & l'autre pour se remplir, I. 53.

_Plomb_ granulé meilleur que l'eau, I. 94.

_Plume_ attirée dans un vase scellé hermétiquement, I. 197.

_Plus_ & moins merveilleusement combinés, I. 52.

_Plus_ la pointe est aiguë, plus elle tire de loin, I. 23.

_Pointes_ (les) poussent aussi bien qu'elles tirent, I. 22. 23. 238.

_Pointes_ (les) tirent aussi bien qu'elles poussent, I. 23. 239.

_Pointe_ (la) d'une aiguille présentée à douze pouces; empêche de
charger le conducteur, I. 29.

_Pointe_ (la) électrise un homme sur de la cire, I. 30.

_Poisson_ d'or, II. 64.

_Pôles_ d'une aiguille aimantée changés par le coup fulminant, II. 135.

_Pores_ du verre extrèmement petits, I. 206.

_Pores_ du verre impénétrables à toute autre matière que celle du feu &
de l'électricité, I. 207.

_Poudre_ à tirer enflammée, II. 149.

_Poulet_-d'inde de dix livres tué, II. 303.

_Preuve_ que le feu électrique poussé dans une bouteille à travers le
fil-d'archal ne la traverse pas, I. 200.

_Preuves_ que l'explosion n'électrise point, I. 115-118.

_Proportion_ des deux feu pour l'inflammation, II. 36.

_Proportions_ des conducteurs pour le tonnerre, II. 233.

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_Quantité_ étonnante d'électricité contenuë dans la plus petite portion
de verre, I. 186.

_Quantité_ égale d'électricité dans les deux surfaces du verre, I. 210.

_Questions_ sur la formation du tonnerre & de l'aurore boréale, II. 301.

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_Rat_ moüillé ne peut être tué par l'électricité, II. 35.

_Remarques_ de M. Colden sur les lettres de M. l'Abbé Nollet, II. 247.

_Rencontre_ de plusieurs nuages de mer & de terre, II. 24.

_Répulsion_ des particules de matière électrique, I. 5.

_Répulsion_ d'une boule de liége suspenduë, I. 192.

_Répulsion_ de la boule de liége détruite, I. 192.

_Répulsion_ des particules d'air favorisée par le feu commun & par le
feu électrique, II. 9.

_Répulsion_ mutuelle des particules électriques, I. 209.

_Retraite_ sous un arbre pendant l'orage, dangereuse, II. 34.

_Richman_ (M.) tué par l'électricité naturelle, II. 127.

_Rouës_ de moulin à vent & à eau,

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