| Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - Science - 1798
...the object. Prop. 2. Homogeneous elastic fluids are constituted of particles that repel one another **with a force decreasing directly as the distance of their centres from each other.** This proposition is a mathematical one, and its demonstration founded upon the fact of thq density... | |
| William Charles Henry - Biography & Autobiography - 1854 - 249 pages
...Thus, he affirms, " homogeneous elastic fluids are constituted of particles, that repel one another **with a force decreasing directly as the distance of their centres from each other."** Again : — " It follows, too, that the distances of the centres of the particles, or, which is the... | |
| Heat - 1864 - 278 pages
...or atoms. Thus he affirmed that homogeneous, elastic fluids are constructed of particles that repel **each other with a force decreasing directly as the distance of their centres from each other,** and as a necessary sequence, that the distances of the centres of their particles, or which is the... | |
| Henry Lonsdale - 1867
...atoms. Thus, he affirms, homogeneous elastic fluids are constituted of particles that repel one another **with a force decreasing directly as the distance of their centres from each other.** Again : it follows, too, that the distances of the centres of the particles, or, which is the same... | |
| 1874 - 320 pages
...atoms. Thus, he affirms, homogeneous elastic fluids are constituted of particles that repel one another **with a force decreasing directly as the distance of their centres from each other.** Again : it follows, too, that the distances of the centres of the particles, or, which is the same... | |
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