Faraday’s books, with the exception of Chemical Manipulation, were collections of scientific papers or transcriptions of lectures. Since his death, Faraday’s diary has been published, as have several large volumes of his letters and Faraday’s journal from his travels with Davy in 1813-1815.
- Faraday, Michael (1827). Chemical Manipulation, Being Instructions to Students in Chemistry. John Murray.2nd ed. 1830, 3rd ed. 1842
- Faraday, Michael (1839). Experimental Researches in Electricity, vols. i. and ii. Richard and John Edward Taylor.; vol. iii. Richard Taylor and William Francis, 1855
- Faraday, Michael (1859). Experimental Researches in Chemistry and Physics. Taylor and Francis. ISBN 978-0-85066-841-4.
- Faraday, Michael (1861). W. Crookes (ed.). A Course of Six Lectures on the Chemical History of a Candle. Griffin, Bohn & Co. ISBN 978-1-4255-1974-2.
- Faraday, Michael (1873). W. Crookes (ed.). On the Various Forces in Nature. Chatto and Windus.
- Faraday, Michael (1932-1936). T. Martin (ed.). Diary. ISBN 978-0-7135-0439-2. – published in eight volumes; see also the 2009 publication of Faraday’s diary
- Faraday, Michael (1991). B. Bowers and L. Symons (ed.). Curiosity Perfectly Satisfyed: Faraday’s Travels in Europe 1813-1815. Institution of Electrical Engineers.
- Faraday, Michael (1991). F.A.J.L. James (ed.). The Correspondence of Michael Faraday. 1. INSPEC, Inc. ISBN 978-0-86341-248-6. – volume 2, 1993; volume 3, 1996; volume 4, 1999
- Faraday, Michael (2008). Alice Jenkins (ed.). Michael Faraday’s Mental Exercises: An Artisan Essay Circle in Regency London. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.
- Course of six lectures on the various forces of matter, and their relations to each other London; Glasgow: R. Griffin, 1860.
- The Liquefaction of Gases, Edinburgh: W.F. Clay, 1896.
- The letters of Faraday and Schoenbein 1836-1862. With notes, comments and references to contemporary letters London: Williams & Norgate 1899. (Digital edition by the University and State Library Dsseldorf)