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" To produce the ice in abundance, the atmosphere must not only be clear, but it must be comparatively free from aqueous vapour. When the straw in which the pans were laid became wet, it was always changed for dry straw, and the reason Wells assigned for... "
The Applications of Physical Forces - Page 383
by Amédée Guillemin - 1877 - 741 pages
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Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion: Being a Course of Twelve Lectures ...

John Tyndall - Heat - 1863 - 480 pages
...serene, and in which very little dew appears after midnight. I have italicised a very significant phrase. To produce the ice in abundance, the atmosphere must...comparatively free from aqueous vapour. When the straw in which the pans were laid became wet, it was always changed for dry straw, and the reason Wells assigned...
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Heat considered as a mode of motion: 12 lects

Heat - 1863 - 480 pages
...serene, and in which very little dew appears after midnight. I have italicised a very significant phrase. To produce the ice in abundance, the atmosphere must...comparatively free from aqueous vapour. When the straw in which the pans were laid became wet, it was always changed for dry straw, and the reason Wells assigned...
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A Treatise on Meteorological Instruments: Explanatory of Their Scientific ...

Negretti and Zambra - Meteorological instruments - 1864 - 160 pages
...being cut off by the non-conducting straw. Before sunrise a cake of ice is formed in each vessel. ... To produce the ice in abundance, the atmosphere must...it must be comparatively free from aqueous vapour." Considering, therefore, the important consequences attending both terrestrial and solar radiation,...
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Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion: Being a Course of Twelve Lectures ...

John Tyndall - Heat - 1866 - 480 pages
...serene, and in which very little dew appears after midnight. I have italicised a very significant phrase. To produce the ice in abundance, the atmosphere must...comparatively free from aqueous vapour. When the straw in which the pans were laid became wet, it was always changed for dry straw, and the reason Wells assigned...
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Wholesome fare; or, The doctor and the cook, by E.S. and E.J. Delamere

1868
...are those which are clearest and most serene, and in which very little dew appears after midnight. To produce the ice in abundance, the atmosphere must...comparatively free from aqueous vapour. When the straw in which the pans are laid becomes wet, it must be changed for dry straw ; the reason, according to...
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Heat a Mode of Motion

Heat - 1873 - 532 pages
...which are clearest and most serene, and in which very little dew appears after midnight. The italicised phrase is very significant. To produce the ice in...clear, but it must be comparatively free from aqueous vapor. When the straw on which the pans were laid became wet, it was always changed for dry straw ;...
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The Aerial World: A Popular Account of the Phenomena and Life of the Atmosphere

Georg Hartwig - Aeronautics - 1875 - 556 pages
...cake of ice is formed in each vessel. To produce the ice in abundance the atmosphere must, however, not only be clear but it must be comparatively free from aqueous vapour. When the straw in which the pans are laid becomes wetted with dew, it must be changed for dry straw, as the vapour...
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Heat : a Mode of Motion

John Tyndall - Heat - 1881 - 591 pages
...are clearest and most serene, and in which very little (lew appears after midnight. The italicised phrase is very significant. To produce the ice in...clear, but it must be, comparatively free from aqueous vapor. When the straw on which the pans were laid became wet, it was always changed for dry straw;...
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