This is the seventh and final volume of "Experimental Notes" made by Michael Faraday during the years 1820-1862; bequeathed by him to the Royal Institution of Great Britain and known today as "Faraday's Diary" now republished for the first time since the original printing in 1936 by exclusive arrangement with the Royal Institution; includes the complete 1st edition manuscript edited by Thomas Martin with index, photographs and thousands of illustrations in Faraday s own hand. "Faraday is generally held to be one of the greatest of all experimental philosophers. Nearly every science is in his debt: and some sciences owe their existence mainly to his work. The liquefaction of gases, benzene, electro-magnetic induction, specific inductive capacity, lines of force, magnetic conduction or permeability, the dark discharge, anode, cathode, magneto-optics, electro-chemical equivalent; all these terms suggest fundamental researches which he made, and many of them were called into existence in order to describe his discoveries." Sir William H. Bragg, Director of the Laboratory of the Royal Institution (1932). Annotation (c) 2008 The Royal Institution of Great Britain. (Vol. 1 - ISBN 9780981908311, paperbound, 532 pp, 6.69 x 9.61 in.); (Vol. 2 - ISBN 9780981908328, paperbound, 560 pp, 6.69 x 9.61 in.); (Vol. 3 - ISBN 9780981908335, paperbound, 552 pp, 6.69 x 9.61 in.); (Vol. 4 - ISBN 9780981908342, paperbound, 536 pp, 6.69 x 9.61 in.); (Vol. 5 - ISBN 9780981908359, paperbound, 544 pp, 6.69 x 9.61 in.); (Vol. 6 - ISBN 9780981908366, paperbound, 592 pp, 6.69 x 9.61 in.); (Vol. 7 - ISBN 9780981908373, paperbound, 556 pp, 6.69 x 9.61 in.). The index volume (v.8) of the 1st edition is integrated into the seven main volumes of this 2nd edition. Hardcover and electronic editions may be available at www.FaradaysDiary.com. Published by HR Direct: 2420 W. Victorian Way, Riverton, UT 84065, USA. LCCN: 2008932344.