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" ... of a hammer) is (as far as I can perceive) certain and determined, and makes the bodies to return one from the other with a relative velocity, which is in a given ratio to that relative velocity with which they met. "
The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy - Page 36
by Sir Isaac Newton, John Machin - 1729
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Properties of Matter

Peter Guthrie Tait - Matter - 1890 - 332 pages
...suffer some such extension as happens under the strokes of a hammer) is (as far as I can perceivu) certain and determined, and makes the bodies to return...This I tried in balls of wool, made up tightly and strongly compressed . . . the balls always receding one from the other with a relative velocity, which...
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Properties of Matter

Peter Guthrie Tait - Matter - 1894 - 340 pages
...bruised by their congress, or suffer some such extension as happens under the strokes of a hammer) is (as far as I can perceive) certain and determined, and...This I tried in balls of wool, made up tightly and strongly compressed . . . the halla always receding one from the other with a relative velocity, which...
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society: Mathematical ..., Volume 10

Science - 1900
...by their congress, or suffer some such extension as happens under the strokes of the hammer) is (as far as I can perceive) certain and determined and...given ratio to that relative velocity with which they meet." This number is usually denoted by e and has received the name of " the coefficient of restitution."...
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Absolute Or Relative Motion?: The discovery of dynamics

Julian B. Barbour - Science - 1989 - 746 pages
...bodies and not just the perfectly hard or elastic ones of the theory of Wren and Huygens and found:28 the bodies to return one from the other with a relative...This I tried in balls of wool, made up tightly, and strongly compressed. For, first, by letting go the pendulous bodies, and measuring their reflection,...
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Impact Mechanics

W. J. Stronge - Science - 2004 - 280 pages
...bruised by their impact, or suffer some such extension as happens under the strokes of a hammer) is (as far as I can perceive) certain and determined, and...This I tried in balls of wool, made up tightly, and measuring their reflection, I determined the quantity of their elastic force; and then, according to...
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Idealization X: The Richness of Idealization, Volume 10

Izabella Nowakowa, Leszek Nowak - Business & Economics - 2000 - 519 pages
...he diminished together with the elastic forea: hecause that foree... ik... certain and deteranned. and makes the bodies to return one from the other...ratio to that relative velocity with which they met (Newton 196Z vol. 1.pp- 24-2.^t In other words. it is allowed to put forward an assumption of the perfect...
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The Discovery of Dynamics : A Study from a Machian Point of View of the ...

Julian B. Barbour - Science - 2001 - 784 pages
...bodies and not just the perfectly hard or elastic ones of the theory of Wren and Huygens and found:28 the bodies to return one from the other with a relative...This I tried in balls of wool, made up tightly, and strongly compressed. For, first, by letting go the pendulous bodies, and measuring their reflection,...
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On the Shoulders of Giants: The Great Works of Physics and Astronomy

Stephen W. Hawking - Science - 2003 - 1264 pages
The world-renowned physicist presents a revolutionary look at the momentous discoveries that changed the perception of the world with this first-ever compilation of seven ...
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On the Shoulders of Giants: The Great Works of Physics and Astronomy

Stephen W. Hawking - Science - 2003 - 1264 pages
...bruised by their congress, or suffer some such extension as happens under the strokes of a hammer) is (as far as I can perceive) certain and determined, and...which they met. This I tried in balls of wool, made up tighdy, and strongly compressed. For, first, by letting go the pendulous bodies, and measuring their...
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Principles of Engineering Mechanics: Volume 2 Dynamics -- The Analysis of Motion

Millard F. Beatty - Mathematics - 2006 - 595 pages
...the velocity of the return is to be diminished together with the elastic force; because that force is certain and determined, and makes the bodies to return...ratio to that relative velocity with which they met." 3. HOUSNER. GW, and HUDSON, DE, Applied Mechanics, Vol. II. Dynamics. 2nd Edition, VanNostrand. Princeton....
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