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" ... 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 repulsion of their parts. "
The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal - Seite 159
1822
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Band 7

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...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Band 18

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...
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Annals of Philosophy, Band 4;Band 20

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...
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Annals of Philosophy, Band 4;Band 20

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...
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The Monthly Review

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,...
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The Quarterly Journal, Band 14

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...
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The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts, Band 1

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...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Band 3

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,...
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Mechanism of the Heavens

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...
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Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of ..., Band 2

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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