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" ... of a hammer) is (as far as I can perceive) certain and determined, and makes the bodies to return one from the other with a relative velocity, which is in a given ratio to that relative velocity with which they met. "
The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy - Page 36
by Sir Isaac Newton, John Machin - 1729
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Properties of Matter

Peter Guthrie Tait - Matter - 1890 - 332 pages
...suffer some such extension as happens under the strokes of a hammer) is (as far as I can perceivu) certain and determined, and makes the bodies to return...This I tried in balls of wool, made up tightly and strongly compressed . . . the balls always receding one from the other with a relative velocity, which...
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Properties of Matter

Peter Guthrie Tait - Matter - 1894 - 320 pages
...bruised by their congress, or suffer some such extension as happens under the strokes of a hammer) is (as far as I can perceive) certain and determined, and...This I tried in balls of wool, made up tightly and strongly compressed . . . the halla always receding one from the other with a relative velocity, which...
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society: Mathematical ..., Volume 10

Science - 1900
...by their congress, or suffer some such extension as happens under the strokes of the hammer) is (as far as I can perceive) certain and determined and...given ratio to that relative velocity with which they meet." This number is usually denoted by e and has received the name of " the coefficient of restitution."...
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Absolute Or Relative Motion?: Volume 1, The Discovery of Dynamics: A Study ...

Julian B. Barbour - Science - 1989 - 768 pages
...bodies and not just the perfectly hard or elastic ones of the theory of Wren and Huygens and found:28 the bodies to return one from the other with a relative...This I tried in balls of wool, made up tightly, and strongly compressed. For, first, by letting go the pendulous bodies, and measuring their reflection,...
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Impact Mechanics

W. J. Stronge - Science - 2004 - 280 pages
...bruised by their impact, or suffer some such extension as happens under the strokes of a hammer) is (as far as I can perceive) certain and determined, and...This I tried in balls of wool, made up tightly, and measuring their reflection, I determined the quantity of their elastic force; and then, according to...
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Idealization X: The Richness of Idealization, Volume 10

Izabella Nowakowa, Leszek Nowak - Business & Economics - 2000 - 519 pages
...he diminished together with the elastic forea: hecause that foree... ik... certain and deteranned. and makes the bodies to return one from the other...ratio to that relative velocity with which they met (Newton 196Z vol. 1.pp- 24-2.^t In other words. it is allowed to put forward an assumption of the perfect...
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On the Shoulders of Giants: The Great Works of Physics and Astronomy

Stephen W. Hawking - Science - 2003 - 1264 pages
...bruised by their congress, or suffer some such extension as happens under the strokes of a hammer) is (as far as I can perceive) certain and determined, and...This I tried in balls of wool, made up tightly, and strongly compressed. For, first, by letting go the pendulous bodies, and measuring their reflexion,...
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society ..., Volumes 9-10

Cambridge Philosophical Society - Science - 1898
...by their congress, or suffer some such extension as happens under the strokes of the hammer) is (as far as I can perceive) certain and determined and...given ratio to that relative velocity with which they meet." This number is usually denoted by e and has received the name of " the coefficient of restitution."...
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society: Mathematical ..., Volume 10

Science - 1900
...by their congress, or suffer some such extension as happens under the strokes of the hammer) is (as far as I can perceive) certain and determined and...given ratio to that relative velocity with which they meet." This number is usually denoted by e and has received the name of " the coefficient of restitution."...
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