| 1822
...that all tJte phenomena accord entirely with the supposition that the Earth"s atmosphere is of finite **extent, limited by the weight of ultimate atoms, of...a description of the apparatus which he employed.** " If I were to describe the little telescope with which my observations were made, without taking due... | |
| 1822
...that all the phenomena accord entirely with the supposition, that the earth's atmosphere is of finite **extent, limited by the weight of ultimate atoms of...magnitude, no longer divisible by repulsion of their parts.** The reader will also find in this paper, some important remarks. on the power of telescopes in observations... | |
| Richard Phillips, Edward William Brayley - 1822
...contrary, all the phenomena accord entirely with the supposition that the earth's atmosphere is of finite **extent, limited by the weight of ultimate atoms of...magnitude no longer divisible by repulsion of their parts.** ARTICLE IV. Analysis of Mica with only One Axis of Double Refraction. By M. Rose, of Berlin.* AMONG... | |
| Richard Phillips, Edward William Brayley - 1822
...contrary, all the phenomena accord entirely with the supposition that the earth's atmosphere is of finite **extent, limited by the weight of ultimate atoms of...magnitude no longer divisible by repulsion of their parts.** ARTICLE IV. . Analysis of Mica with only One Axis of Double Refraction. By M. Rose, of Berlin.* AMONG... | |
| Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1822
...all the' phenomena accord entirely with the supposition that the earth's' atmosphere is of finite' **extent, limited by the weight of ultimate" atoms of definite magnitude no longer divisible by** repulsiti^ '&f their parts.' On the Expansion ma Series of the Attraction of a Spheroid* By James Ivory,... | |
| 1823
...contrary, all the phenomena accord with the supposition, " that the earth's atmosphere is of finite **extent, limited by the weight of ultimate atoms of...no longer divisible by repulsion of their parts."** 12. On the Expansion in a Series of the Attraction of a Spheroid. By James Ivory, MA, FRS Mr. Ivory's... | |
| John White Webster, John Ware, Daniel Treadwell - 1824
...that all the phenomena accord entirely with the supposition that the Earth's atmosphere is nf finite **extent, limited by the weight of ultimate atoms, of...a description of the apparatus which he employed.** " If I were to describe the little telescope with which my observations were made, without taking due... | |
| Thomas Curtis - 1829
...1822); all the phenomena according with the supposition that the earth's atmosphere ' is of finite **extent, limited by the weight of ultimate atoms of...no longer divisible by repulsion of their parts.'** An atom, therefore, must be mechanically indivisible, and of course a fraction of an atom cannot exist,... | |
| Mary Somerville - 1831 - 621 Seiten
...considerations, however, induced Dr. Wollaston to suppose that the earth's atmosphere is of finite **extent, limited by the weight of ultimate atoms of...magnitude, no longer divisible by repulsion of their parts.** But whether the particles of the atmosphere be infinitely divisible or not, all phenomena concur in... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1833
...ground upon which the phenomenon of the earth's atmosphere can be maintained, but on the supposition **of ultimate atoms of definite magnitude, no longer divisible by repulsion of their parts.** On the Expansion in a Series of the Attraction of a Spheroid. By James Ivory, MAFRS Read January 17,... | |
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