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" If a solid lighter than a fluid be forcibly immersed in it, the solid will be driven upwards by a force equal to the difference between its weight and the weight of the fluid displaced. "
The Works of Archimedes - Page 257
by Archimedes - 1897 - 326 pages
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The Accomplished Tutor: Or, Complete System of Liberal Education ...

Thomas Hodson - Teaching - 1802
...in a fluid that is fpecifically lighter, but afccnds in a fluid that is fpecifically heavier, with a force equal to the difference between its weight and the weight of an equal bulk of th- fluid. 12. A body links in a fluid that is fpecifically heavier, fo far, as that...
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The accomplished tutor: or, Complete system of liberal education ..., Volume 2

Thomas Hodson - Art - 1806
...in a fluid that is fpecifical/y lighter, but afcendt in a fluid that is fpecifically heavier, with a force equal to the difference between its weight and the weight of an equal bulk of the fluid. i2. A body finks in a fluid that is fpecificaliy heavier, fo far, as that...
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The American Journal of Science, Volume 11

Science - 1826
...— the quotient is the answer. Rationale. The force with which the cork rises against the funnel, is equal to the difference between its weight and the weight of the bulk of water which it displaces. Of course, ascertaining the force with which it rises, by using just...
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A compendium of the course of chemical instruction in the medical department ...

Robert Hare - Chemistry - 1828 - 356 pages
....sum—the quotient is the answer. RATIONALE. The force with which the cork rises against the funnel, is equal to the difference between its weight and the weight of the bulk of water which it displaces. Of course, ascertaining the force with which it rises, by using just...
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The Elements of Hydrostatics and Hydrodynamics

William Hallowes Miller - Fluid mechanics - 1831 - 95 pages
...at rest, p the density of the fluid : then the moving force on the solid in the direction PC will be the difference between its weight and the weight of the fluid displaced = gp A . CP, and the mass of the solid = p V, therefore the accelerating force on jl the solid in the...
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The American Library of Useful Knowledge, Volume 4

Nature - 1832
...liquid immersed in a heavier displaces a portion of that heavier equal to its own bulk, and it is urged upwards by a force equal to the difference between its weight and the weight of the heavier liquid which it displaces. What is true of one particle is equally true of any number ; and...
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Inorganic chemistry: with the elements of physical and theoretical chemistry

John Iredelle Dillard Hinds - Science - 1902 - 566 pages
...that of the water, it will float; if greater, it will sink and rest upon the bottom with a pressure equal to the difference between its weight and the weight of the water displaced. This is the principle of specific-gravity determmations with the hydrometer and by...
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Inorganic chemistry: with the elements of physical and theoretical chemistry

John Iredelle Dillard Hinds - Science - 1905 - 651 pages
...that of the water, it will float ; if greater, it will sink and rest upon the bottom with a pressure equal to the difference between its weight and the weight of the water displaced. This is the principle of specific-gravity determinations with the hydrometer and by...
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An introduction to the mechanics of fluids

Edwin Henry Barton - Fluid mechanics - 1915 - 249 pages
...far immersed that the weight of the solid will be equal to the weight of the fluid displaced. " (e) If a solid lighter than a fluid be forcibly immersed...its weight and the weight of the fluid displaced. " (/) A solid heavier than a fluid will, if placed in it, descend to the bottom of the fluid, and the...
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Archimedes

Sir Thomas Little Heath - Geometry - 1920 - 58 pages
...weight of the solid will be equal to that of the fluid displaced, and, if it be forcibly immersed, the solid will be driven upwards by a force equal to the difference between the weight of the solid and that of the fluid displaced. If the solid is heavier than the fluid, it...
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