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" ... bearing divisions, each of them corresponding to an internal annular section, equal to a film of liquid that would cover the outer surface of the ball to the thickness of the thousandth part of an inch. "
Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal - Page 213
1845
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A Short Account of Experiments and Instruments: Depending on the Relations ...

Sir John Leslie - Heat - 1813 - 178 pages
...from a humid surface in a given time. The Atmometer consists of a thin ball of porous earthen ware, two or three inches in diameter, with a small neck,...to the thickness of the thousandth part of an inch (See jig. 8.) The divisions are ascertained by a simple calculation, and numbered downwards to the...
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The Annals of Philosophy, Volume 1

Thomas Thomson, Richard Phillips, Edward William Brayley - Science - 1813
...long and rather wide tube, bearing divisions, each of them corresponding to a quantity of water which would cover the outer surface of the ball to the thickness of , 0'00th of an inch. These divisions are numbered downwards, to the extent of 100 or 200, according...
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Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy ..., Volume 1

Thomas Thomson - Science - 1813
...long and rather wide tube, bearing divisions, each of them corresponding to a quantity of water which would cover the outer surface of the ball to the thickness of -j-gVoth of an inch. These divisions are numbered downwards, to the extent of 100 or 200, according...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry, on the Basis of Mr. Nicholson's: In ..., Volume 1

Andrew Ure - Chemistry - 1821 - 14 pages
...inches in diameter, with a small neck, to which is firmly cemented a long and rather wide tube of glass, bearing divisions, each of them corresponding to an...to the thickness of the thousandth part of an inch. These divisions are ascertained by a simple calculation, and numbered downwards to the extent of 100...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry, on the Basis of Mr. Nicholson's: In ..., Volume 1

Andrew Ure - Chemistry - 1821 - 19 pages
...in diameter, with u small neck, to which is firmly cemented long and rather wide tube of glass, bearing divisions, each of them corresponding to an internal annular section, equal to u film of liquid that would cover the outer surface of the ball to the thickness of the thousandth...
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An explanatory dictionary of the apparatus and instruments employed in the ...

Friedrich Christian Accum - Science - 1824 - 295 pages
...tube, bearing divisions, which correspond each to an internal annular section, equal to a film of water that would cover the outer surface of the ball to the thickness of T^Vo part of an inch. These divisions are numbered downwards to the extent of 100 or 200. To the top...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry and Mineralogy: With Their Applications

Andrew Ure - Chemistry - 1831 - 844 pages
...inches in diameter, with a small neck, to which is firmly cemented a long and rather wide tube of glass, bearing divisions, each of them corresponding to an internal annular section, equal to a film of b'quid that would cover the outer surface of the ball to the thickness of the thousandth part of an...
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The Journal [afterw.] The Madras journal of literature and science, ed. by J ...

Madras literary society - 1834
...measures, (as its name denotes) the quantity of moisture exhaled from a humid surface in a given time. The Atmometer consists of a thin ball of porous earthenware,...film of liquid, that would cover the outer surface if the ball to the thickness of the thousandth part of an inch, i ii3 divisions are ascertained by...
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The engineer's and mechanic's encyclopaedia, Volume 1

1835
...a long and rather wide tube of glass, bearing divisions, each of them corresponding to an internal section, equal to a film of liquid that would cover...the outer surface of the ball to the thickness of ,^55 part of an inch. These divisions are ascertained by a simple calculation, and numbered downwards...
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