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Matter, Energy, Force, and Work: A Plain Presentation of Fundamental ... - Page 221
by Silas Whitcomb Holman - 1898 - 257 pages
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volume 2

English periodicals - 1876
...fluid which are expressed in the fundamental equations. ' This primitive fluid has no other properties than inertia, invariable density, and perfect mobility,...but the glory of surmounting them would be unique.' With the past successes of mathematical science to encourage us, we may hope that in time difficulties...
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The Church quarterly review. [With] Index, Volume 2

1876
...fluid which are expressed in the fundamental equations. ' This primitive fluid has no other properties than inertia, invariable density, and perfect mobility,...but the glory of surmounting them would be unique.' With the past successes of mathematical science to encourage us, we may hope that in time difficulties...
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, Volume 23

Engineering - 1880
...opened out by Helmholtz and Thomson has no such resources. His primitive fluid has no other properties than inertia, invariable density, and perfect mobility,...but the glory of surmounting them would be unique" [p. 45]. Much misapprehension would seem to exist in regard to the physical side of the theory, especially...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: a dictionary of arts, sciences, and ..., Volume 3

Thomas Spencer Baynes - Reference - 1888
...opened up by Helmholtz and Thomson has no such resources. Hi« primitive fluid has no other properties than inertia, invariable density, and perfect mobility,...would be unique. There seems to be little doubt that an encounter between two vortex atoms would be in its general character similar to those which we have...
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Naturalism and Agnosticism: The Gifford Lectures Delivered Before ..., Volume 1

James Ward - Agnosticism - 1899 - 593 pages
...ultimate fluid, which is defined as having "no other properties than 1 Scientific Papers, vol. ii, p. 321. inertia, invariable density, and perfect mobility;...fluid is to be traced is pure mathematical analysis." 1 Let me quote two versions of what is expected of this ideal from two of its most able and hopeful...
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Naturalism and Agnosticism: The Gifford Lectures Delivered Before ..., Volume 1

James Ward - Agnosticism - 1899
...ultimate fluid, which is defined as having "no other properties than 1 Scientific Papers, vol. ii, p. 321. inertia, invariable density, and perfect mobility...of this fluid is to be traced is pure mathematical analysis."1 Let me quote two versions of what is expected of this ideal from two of its most able and...
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The path of evolution through ancient thought and modern science

Henry Pemberton - Evolution - 1902 - 374 pages
...Thompson has no other properties to work with than inertia, invariable density and perfect mobility. . . . The difficulties of this method are enormous, but the glory of surmounting them would be unique." * The theory of the ether satisfactorily accounts for the transmission of light and heat. The movement...
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The Study of the Atom: Or, The Foundations of Chemistry

Francis Preston Venable - Atomic theory - 1904 - 290 pages
...opened up by Helmholtz and Thomson has no such resources. His primitive fluid has no other properties than inertia, invariable density, and perfect mobility,...but the glory of surmounting them would be unique.'' devoid of elasticity. In the case of impacts, these atoms would behave in a manner similar to elastic...
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The study of the atom: or, The foundations of chemistry

Francis Preston Venable - Atomic theory - 1904 - 290 pages
...opened up by Helmholtz and Thomson has no such resources. His primitive fluid has no other properties than inertia, invariable density, and perfect mobility,...is pure mathematical analysis. The difficulties of 1 Meyer, " Klnetifche Theorie der Case," p. 351. - Encyc. Brit. Article Atom. dream. It would seem...
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The New Werner Twentieth Century Edition of the Encyclopaedia ..., Volume 3

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1907
...opened up by Helmholtz and Thomson has no such resources. His primitive fluid has no other properties than inertia, invariable density, and perfect mobility,...method by which the motion of this fluid is to be trac«d is pure mathematical analysis. The difficulties of this method are enormous, but the glory...
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