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Visualization Tool for 3-D Relationships and the Right-Hand Rule
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6.It is interesting to compare this card to a device developed by Roget to achieve a similar objective. It was described by Noad in an early textbook and is illustrated in the article by Greenslade (Ref. 1, Fig. 3): Henry M. Noad, A Manual of Electricity (Lockwood and Co., London, 1859), p. 643.
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