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" What is the absolute density of the luminiferous ether in any part of space ? I am not aware of any attempt having hitherto been made to answer this question, and the present state of science does not in fact afford sufficient data. It has, however, occurred... "
Baltimore Lectures on Molecular Dynamics and the Wave Theory of Light - Page 261
by William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1904 - 703 pages
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 62

Sholto Percy - Industrial arts - 1855
...interest. A first question would naturally occur, What is the absolute density of the lumiaiferoui ther in any part of space ? I am not aware of any attempt...deduced in preceding communications to the Royal Society from Pouillet's data on solar radiation, and Joule's mechanical equivalent of the thermal unit. Thus...
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The mechanics magazien

Brooman - 1855
...would naturally occur, What is the absolute density of the luminiferous aether in any part of space I am not aware of any attempt having hitherto been...deduced in preceding communications to the Royal Society from Pouillet's data on solar radiation, and Joule's mechanical equivalent of the thermal unit. Thus...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 62

Industrial arts - 1855
...would naturally occur, What is the absolute density of the luminiferous tether in any part of space t {n כ ݷ {>& zDp Ə Cت Џ_ Fn{ ם ...]~z6]ܶ RC4 7 T 0 v w u O \, ] q ^ _}H F }SI ki me. chanical value of sunlight as deduced in preceding communications to the Royal Society from Pouillet's...
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The American Journal of Science, Volume 123

Science - 1882
...a continuation of our own atmosphere, its existence cannot be questioned." He then attempts to fix an inferior limit to the density of the luminiferous...consid'ering the mechanical value of sunlight, as deduced from the value of solar radiation and the mechanical equivalent of the thermal unit. He concludes "that...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science - Vol. XLV, 1882.

william crookes - 1882
...a continuation of our own atmosphere, its existence cannot be questioned." He then attempts to fix an inferior limit to the density of the luminiferous...considering the mechanical value of sunlight, as deduced from the value of solar radiation and the mechanical equivalent of the thermal unit. He concludes "...
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society: Mathematical ..., Volume 4

Science - 1883
...a continuation of our own atmosphere, its existence cannot be questioned." He then attempts to fix an inferior limit to the density of the luminiferous...interplanetary space by considering the mechanical value of sun1 Cotmos. Otto's translation, Harper's Ed., Vol. I. pp. 82, 86. * Ibid. Vol. in. p. 40. * Trans....
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Mathematical and physical papers: collected from differnet ..., Volume 2

Baron William Thomson Kelvin - Mathematics - 1884
...Whether or uot this medium is (as appears to me most probable) a continuation of our own atmosphere, its existence is a fact that cannot be questioned,...deduced in preceding communications to the Royal Society [Art. LXVI. above] from Pouillet's data on solar radiation, and Joule's mechanical equivalent of the...
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MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL PAPERS

SIR WILLIAM THOMSON - 1884
...Whether or not this medium is (as appears to me most probable) a continuation of our own atmosphere, its existence is a fact that cannot be questioned,...sunlight as deduced in preceding communications to the Eoyal Society [Art. LXVI. above] from Pouillet's data on solar radiation, and Joule's mechanical equivalent...
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Mineral physiology and physiography

Thomas Sterry Hunt - Science - 1886 - 710 pages
...a continuation of our own atmosphere, its existence cannot be questioned." He then attempts to fix an inferior limit to the density of the luminiferous...considering the mechanical value of sunlight, as deduced from the value of solar radiation and the mechanical equivalent of the thermal unit. He concludes "...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1902
...atmosphere, its existence is a fact that can not be questioned when the overwhelming evidence in favor of the undulatory theory is considered; and the investigation...deduced in preceding communications to the Royal Society f from Pouillet's data on solar radiation and "Reprinted from the London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical...
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