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" The mean quantity held in solution in a cubic foot of air, is 3.789 gr. The rate of exhalation from the surface of the ground is scarcely of less consequence than the fall of rain, and a knowledge of it might often direct the most important operations.... "
A Short Account of Experiments and Instruments: Depending on the Relations ... - Page 32
by Sir John Leslie - 1813 - 178 pages
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An explanatory dictionary of the apparatus and instruments employed in the ...

Friedrich Christian Accum - Science - 1824 - 295 pages
...manufactures. The rate of exhalation from the surface of the ground is scarcely of less conseqnence than the fall of rain, and a knowledge of it might...depends the efficacy of drying houses, which are too frequently constructed most unskilfully, or on very mistaken principles. But the purposes to which...
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The American Almanac and Respository of useful knowledge for the year 1830

Gray and Bowen - 1831
...January, and the greatest in June. The mean quantity held in solution in a cubic foot of air, is 3.789 gr. The rate of exhalation from the surface of the ground...rain, and a knowledge of it might often direct the most important operations. Mr. Leslie invented an instrument for measuring the quantity of moisture...
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The American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge for the ..., Volume 2

Almanacs, American - 1831
...January, and the greatest in June. The mean quantity held in solution in a cubic foot of air, is 3.789 gr. The rate of exhalation from the surface of the ground...of rain, and a knowledge of it might often direct "ie most important operations. Mr. Leslie invented an instrument for "•easuring the <iuan''ty of...
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The Journal [afterw.] The Madras journal of literature and science, ed. by J ...

Madras literary society - 1834
...but in agriculture and the various arts and manufactures. — The rate of exhalation from the aurface of the ground is scarcely of less consequence than...direct the farmer advantageously in his operations ." I may add, that from the experience I have had with this instrument," I am satisfied that it is...
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Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Volume 14, Issue 1

Asia - 1845
...surface in a given time, is an important acquisition, not only in meteorology, but in agriculture and in the various arts and manufactures. The rate of exhalation...moisture depends the efficacy of drying houses, which are often constructed most unskilfully, or on very mistaken principles." The instrument which I have found...
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The American Almanac and Respository of useful knowledge for the year 1830

Gray and Bowen - 1831
...January, and the greatest in June. The mean quantity held in solution in a cubic foot of air, is 3.7S9 gr. The rate of exhalation from the surface of the ground...rain, and a knowledge of it might often direct the most important operations. Mr. Leslie invented an instrument for measuring the quantity of moisture...
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