| George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - 1863
...above standard. The pound troy, from the standard of 1758, is also defined by determining that the **cubic inch of distilled water weighed in air by brass weights, at** 62°, the barometer being at 30 inches, is equal to 252.458 grains (the pound being 5,760 grains).... | |
| 1863
...above standard. The pound troy, from the standard of 1758, is also defined by determining that the **cubic inch of distilled water weighed in air by brass weights, at** 62°, the barometer being at 30 inches, is equal to 252.458 grains (the pound being 5,760 grains).... | |
| William Thomas Brande - 1865
...of this country is the grain, which i? ordered by Act of Parliament, б Geo. IV. с, 74, to be euch **that 'a cubic inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights, at the temperature of 62** degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer, the barometer being at 30 inches, is equal to two hundred and... | |
| William Thomas Brande, George William Cox - 1867
...weight of this country is the grain, which is ordered by Act of Parliament, 5 Geo. IV. c. 74, to be such **that 'a cubic inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights, at the temperature of 62** degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer, the barometer being at 30 inches, is equal to two hundred and... | |
| Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard - 1872 - 194 Seiten
...explicitly declared to have been " ascertained by the Commissioners appointed by his Majesty, &c., **that a cubic inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights, at the temperature of** sixty-two degrees of FAHRENHEIT'S thermometer, the barometer being at thirty inches, is equal to two... | |
| FREDERICK A.P. BERNARD, S.T.D., I.I.D., - 1872
...explicitly declared to have been " ascertained by the Commissioners appointed by his Majesty, &c., **that a cubic inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights, at the temperature of** sixty-two degrees of FAHRENHEIT'S thermometer, the barometer being at thirty inches, is equal to two... | |
| George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - 1873
...the standard. The standard grain, prescribed by act of parliament in the reign of George IV., is such **that " a cubic inch of distilled water weighed in air by brass weights, at the temperature of 62°** Fahrenheit's thermometer, the barometer being at 30 inches, is equal to 252*458 grains." AVOLA (anc.... | |
| Samuel Griffiths - 1873 - 315 Seiten
...1210 square yards, an Acre, 4840 square yards, or ICO square perches, poles, or rods. STANDARD POUND. **A Cubic Inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights, at the temperature of 62** degrees Fahrenheit, the barometer being at' 30 inches, is equal to 252 grains and 458 thousandth parts... | |
| CHARLES R. CROSS - 1873
...They also denned the grain weight by adopting the results of Shtickburgk and Kater, according to which **a cubic inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights at** a temperature of 62° Fahr., with the barometer at 30 inches, was equal to 252.458 grains, of which... | |
| Lorenzo Fairbanks - 1875
...English standard pound of 1758. It was determined, according to the Act of George IV, as follows : — **A cubic inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights, at** 62° F., the barometer being at 30 inches, is equal to 252.458 grains, of which the standard Troy pound... | |
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