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" and silicon, we must recognize a problem to which no direct application of the analysis of the infinitely small can be made. Therefore neither the trigonometrical functions proposed by Kidberg and Flavitzky nor the pendulum-oscillations suggested" by... "
The American Journal of Science - Page 162
1890
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The Principles of Chemistry, Volume 2

Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev - Argon - 1891
...elements intermediate between, say, silver and cadmium, or .aluminium and silicon, we must recognise a problem to which no direct application of the analysis...have been proposed for expressing the periodic law, from the nature of the case, can represent the periods of the chemical elements. If geometrical analysis...
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The Principles of Chemistry, Volume 2

Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev - Argon - 1891
...elements intermediate between, say, silver and cadmium, or aluminium and silicon, we must recognise a problem to which no direct application of the analysis...suggested by Crookes, nor the cubical curves of the Kev. Mr. Haughton, which have been proposed for expressing the periodic law, from the nature of the...
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The Principles of Chemistry, Volume 2

Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev - Argon - 1897
...elements intermediate between, say, silver and cadmium, or aluminium and silicon, we must recognise a problem to which no direct application of the analysis...neither the trigonometrical functions proposed by Ridberg and Flavitzky, nor the pendnlum-oscillations suggested by Crookes, nor the cubical curves of...
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The Principles of Chemistry, Part 4

Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev, George Kamensky, Thomas Atkinson Lawson - Argon - 1902
...elements intermediate between, say, silver and cadmium, or aluminium and silicon, we must recognise a problem to which no direct application of the analysis...neither the trigonometrical functions proposed by Bidberg and Flavitzky, nor the pendulum-oscillations suggested by Crookes, nor the cubical curves of...
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The Question of the Atom: From the Karlsruhe Congress to the First Solvay ...

Mary J. Nye - Science - 1983 - 654 pages
...elements intermediate between, say, silver and cadmium, or aluminium and silicon, we must recognise a problem to which no direct application of the analysis...neither the trigonometrical functions proposed by Ridberg and Flavitzky, nor the pendulum-oscillations suggested by Crookes, nor the cubical curves of...
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The World of Mathematics, Volume 2

James Roy Newman - Mathematics - 2000 - 720 pages
...elements intermediate between, say, silver and cadmium, or aluminium and silicon, we must recognise a problem to which no direct application of the analysis...neither the trigonometrical functions proposed by Ridberg and Flavitzky, nor the pendulum-oscillations suggested by Crookes, nor the cubical curves of...
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Nineteenth-Century Science: An Anthology

A.S. Weber - Science - 2000 - 512 pages
...elements intermediate between, say, silver and cadmium, or aluminium and silicon, we must recognise a problem to which no direct application of the analysis...neither the trigonometrical functions proposed by Ridberg and Flavitzky, nor the pendulum-oscillations suggested by Crookes, nor the cubical curves of...
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