Definitions for varley's condenser
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
A static condenser whose conducting surfaces are platinum electrodes immersed in dilute sulphuric acid. When the potential difference is 1/50th that of a Daniell's cell, two square inches of platinum have a capacity equal to that of an air condenser whose plates have an area of 80,000,000 square inches, and separated 1/8th of an inch from each other. As the E. M. F. increases the capacity also increases.
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