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" ... that the rising of the pith was only due to currents of air, and that at this near approach to a vacuum the residual air was too highly rarefied to have power in its rising to overcome the inertia of the straw beam and the pith balls. A more delicate... "
Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology, Industrial ... - Page 275
1874
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The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science

William Crookes - 1774
...the straw beam and the pith balls. A more delicate instrument would doubtless show traces of movement at a still nearer approach to a vacuum ; but it seemed evident that when the last trace of air had been Action of lient on Gravitating Masses. removed from the tube surrounding the balance (when the balance...
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the chemical news

william crookes - 1775
...the straw beam and the pith balls. A more delicate instrument would doubtless show traces of movement at a still nearer approach to a vacuum ; but it seemed...the balance was suspended in empty space only— the pith ball would remain motionless, wherever the hot body were applied to it. 31. I continued exhausting....
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with ..., Volumes 31-32

Chemistry - 1875
...the straw beam and the pith balls. A more delicate instrument would doubtless show traces of movement at a still nearer approach to a vacuum ; but it seemed...balance was suspended in empty space only — the pith ball would remain motionless, wherever the hot body were applied to it. 31. I continued exhausting....
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 22

Electronic journals - 1874
...the straw beam and the pith balls. A more delicate instrument would doubtless show traces of movement at a still nearer approach to a vacuum ; but it seemed...continued exhausting. On next applying heat, the result howed that I was far from having discovered the law governing these phenomena; the pith ball rose steadily,...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 7

Science - 1875
...the straw beam and the pith-balls. A more delicate instrument would doubtless show traces of movement at a still nearer approach to a vacuum ; but it seemed...pith-ball would remain motionless, wherever the hot body was applied to it. I continued exhausting. On next applying heat underneath, the result showed that...
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The Journal of Science: And Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 12

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1875
...the straw beam and the pith balls. A more delicate instrument would doubtless show traces of movement at a still nearer approach to a vacuum ; but it seemed...balance was suspended in empty space only — the pith ball would remain motionless, wherever the hot body were applied to it. I continued exhausting....
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Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club

Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club, Hereford, England - Herefordshire (England) - 1880
...the inertia of the straw beam and the pith ball ; that there would still be some traces of a movement at a still nearer approach to a vacuum ; but it seemed evident that when the last trace of air was removed from the tube round the balance, and the balance suspended in empty space only, the pith...
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Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club

Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club, Hereford, England - Herefordshire (England) - 1880
...the inertia of the straw beam and the pith ball ; that there would still be some traces of a movement at a still nearer approach to a vacuum ; but it seemed evident that when the last trace of air was removed from the tube round the balance, and the balance suspended in empty space only, the pith...
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1871
...the straw beam and the pith balls. A more delicate instrument would doubtless show traces of movement at a still nearer approach to a vacuum; but it seemed...balance was suspended in empty space only — the pith ball would remain motionless, wherever the hot body were applied to it. " 34. I continued exhausting....
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 22

Electronic journals - 1874
...the straw beam and the pith balls. A more delicate instrument would doubtless show traces of movement at a still nearer approach to a vacuum ; but it seemed...discovered the law governing these phenomena; the pith ball rose steadily, and without that hesitation which had been observed at lower rarefactions....
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