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and laws describing these phenomena. Historical aspects are presented, together with relevant quotations from the main scientists.
The book presents an exhaustive analysis of the work of Stephen Gray (), the great British scientist who discovered conductors and insulators, together with some of their main Size: 4MB.Bioelectric phenomena have been a part of medicine throughout its history.
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