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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 [electronic resource] / by Alexander Graham Bell.

Main Author: Bell, Alexander Graham, 1847-1922
Language(s): English
Published: [Washington : s.n.], 1882
Subjects: Garfield, James Abraham, > 1831-1881.
Garfield, James Abraham, > 1831-1881.
Télégraphe.
Electrotechnique.
Balistique légale.
Telegraph.
Forensic ballistics.
Electric engineering.
Note: Cover title.
At head of title: With the author's compliments.
"With an appendix."
"For private circulation."
"(A paper read before the American Association for the Advancement of Science, at the Montreal meeting, August, 1882.)
ISBN: 0665245394
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