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" ... respectively to the diurnal and semidiurnal terms of the thermal influence are investigated, it will probably be found that the period of free oscillation of the former agrees much less nearly with 24 hours than does that of the latter with 12 hours;... "
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society - Page 45
by Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain), James Glaisher - 1898
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Proceedings, Volume 11

Royal Society of Edinburgh - Science - 1882
...oscillation of the former agrees much less nearly with 24 hours than does that of the latter with 12 hours ; and that therefore, with comparatively small...greater in the semidiurnal term than in the diurnal. Now, if we look to the values of et in the table, we see that, with one exception (Sitka, a place far...
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF EDINBURGH.

The Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1882
...oscillation of the former agrees much less nearly with 24 hours than does that of the latter with 12 hours; and that therefore, with comparatively small...greater in the semidiurnal term than in the diurnal. Now, if we look to the values of c2 in the table, we see that, with one exception (Sitka, a place far...
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Mathematical and Physical Papers, Volume 3

William Thomson Baron Kelvin, Sir Joseph Larmor, James Prescott Joule - Mathematics - 1890
...oscillation of the former agrees much less nearly with 24 hours than does that of the latter with 12 hours; and that therefore, with comparatively small...greater in the semidiurnal term than in the diurnal. Now, if we look to the values of c2 in the table, we see that, with one exception (Sitka, a place far...
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Mathematical and physical papers, Volume 3

Baron William Thomson Kelvin, Joseph Larmor, James Prescott Joule - Mathematics - 1890
...oscillation of the former agrees much less nearly with 24 hours than does that of the latter with 12 hours; and that therefore, with comparatively small...greater in the semidiurnal term than in the diurnal. Now, if we look to the values of c, in the table, we see that, with one exception (Sitka, a place far...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 25

Meteorolgy - 1899
...oscillation of the former agrees much less nearly with 24 hours than does that of the latter with 12 hours ; and that therefore, with comparatively small...greater in the semidiurnal term than in the diurnal." If we analyse the diurnal variation of temperature in the same way as that of pressure, we obtain a...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 25

Meteorolgy - 1899
...oscillation of the former agrees much less nearly with 24 hours than does that of the latter with 12 hours ; and that therefore, with comparatively small...greater in the semidiurnal term than in the diurnal." If we analyse the diurnal variation of temperature in the same way as that of pressure, we obtain a...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society Vol XI

1882
...oscillation of the former agrees much less nearly with 24 hours than does that of the latter with 12 hours; and that therefore, with comparatively small...greater in the semidiurnal term than in the diurnal. Now, if we look to the values of rs in the table, wo sec that, with one exception (Sitka, a place far...
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Atmospheric Tides: Thermal and Gravitational

Sydney Chapman, Richard S. Lindzen - Science - 1970 - 201 pages
...than does that of the latter with 12 hours; and that, therefore, with comparatively small magnitude of the tide-generating force, the resulting tide is...greater in the semidiurnal term than in the diurnal. In 1890 the 3rd Lord Rayleigh, author of the famous treatise on sound, discussed S2(p) and 5, (p) in...
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