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" ... the rise in the rapidity of the vibrations. These conclusions not only afford us an insight into the hidden nature of heat-vibrations, but they also appear to cast some light on the physical constitution of the atom itself. They seem to lead to the... "
Climate and Time in Their Geological Relations: A Theory of Secular Changes ... - Página 485
por James Croll - 1893 - 577 páginas
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1864
...us an insight into the hidden nature of heat-vibrations, but they also appear to cast some light on the physical constitution of the atom itself. They...atom is essentially solid and impenetrable. But it favors the modern idea, that matter consists of a force of resistance acting from a centre. — Phil....
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1864
...molecules together would in such a case tend to favor the rise in the rapidity of the vibrations. 269 expansions and contractions of the atom itself. This...atom is essentially solid and impenetrable. But it favors the modern idea, that matter consists of a force of resistance acting from a centre. — Phil....
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1865
...us an insight into the hidden nature of heat-vibrations, but they also appear to cast some light on the physical constitution of the atom itself. They...atom is essentially solid and impenetrable ; but it favors the modern idea that matter consists of a force of resistance acting from a center. EFFECT OF...
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Methodist Review, Volumen47

1865
...us an insight into the hidden nature of heat-vibrations, but they also appear to cast some light on the physical constitution of the atom itself. They...heat-vibrations do not consist in excursions of the atom, then they must consist in alternate expansions and contractions of the atom itself. This again is opposed...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865
...us an insight into the hidden nature of heat-vibrations, but they also appear to cast some light on the physical constitution of the atom itself. They...conclusion that the ultimate atom itself is essentially elaxlic. For if heat-vibrations do not consist in excursions of the atom, then it must consist in alternate...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1865
...64). The author remarks that his conclusion that " the ultimate atom itself is essentially elastic, is opposed to the ordinary idea, that the atom is essentially solid and impenetrable, and favors the modern idra that matter consists of a force of resistance acting from a center." But...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1866
...us an insight into the hidden nature of heat-vibrations, but they also appear to cast some light on the physical constitution of the atom itself. They...atom is essentially solid and impenetrable ; but it favors the modern idea that matter consists of a force of resistance acting from a center. EFFECT OF...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865
...us an insight into the hidden nature of heat-vibrations, but they also appear to cast some light on the physical constitution of the atom itself. They...to the ordinary idea that the atom is essentially sob'd and impenetrable ; but it favors the modern idea that matter consists of a force of resistance...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1865
...96). The author remarks that his conclusion that " the ultimate atom itself is essentially elastic, is opposed to the ordinary idea that the atom is essentially solid and impenetrable, and favours the modern idea that matter congists of a force of resistance acting from a centre." But...
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Philosophical Magazine: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Applied ...

1864
...us an insight into the hidden nature of heat-vibrations, but they also appear to cast some light on the physical constitution of the atom itself. They...contractions of the atom itself. This again is opposed to the ordi.. nary idea that the atom is essentially solid and impenetrable. But it favours the modern idea,...
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