1836 in science

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The year 1836 in science and technology involved some significant events, listed below.

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  1. ^ Marsh, J. (1836). "Account of a method of separating small quantities of arsenic from substances with which it may be mixed". Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal 21: 229–236. 
  2. ^ Callan, N. J. (December 1836). page 477 "On a new Galvanic battery". Philosophical Magazine 3:9: 472–478. 
  3. ^ Callan, N. J. (April 1837). "A description of an electromagnetic repeater, or of a machine by which the connection between the voltaic battery and the helix of an electromagnet may be broken and renewed several thousand times in the space of one minute". Annals of Electricity (Sturgeon) 1: 229–230. 
  4. ^ Czarnik, Stanley A. (March 1992). "The classic induction coil". Popular Electronics. 
  5. ^ Griffiths, R. A. (April 2009), "Analysis of James Dredge's Victoria Bridge, Bath", Proceedings of Bridge Engineering 2 Conference 2009 (University of Bath), retrieved 2012-11-23 
  6. ^ Smiles, Samuel (1912). James Nasmyth Engineer: an Autobiography. John Murray. Retrieved 2009-11-14.