In the 1840s and 1850s, a unit of electric potential equal to approximately 1.10 volts, which is the voltage of a Daniell cell when no load is attached.


For an excellent history of the development of the electric and magnetic units up to 1913, see U. S. Bureau of Standards Circular 60.

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