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" This tendency will be in opposition to the lifting of the ascending current, and it will depend on the shape and thickness of the ball whether it will rise or fall when in an ascending current of heated gas. The reason why Mr Crookes did not obtain the... "
The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science - Page 11
by William Crookes - 1774
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 22

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1874
...will exercise less supporting or floating power on the ball, which will therefore tend to sink. This tendency will be in opposition to the lifting of the...then too large a proportion of air, or non-condensing gas, mixed with the vapour, which also was not in a state of saturation. In his experiments the condensable...
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Nature, Volume 10

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1874
...temperature of the pith it will be reduced, and it will condense the vapour and be drawn towards the ice. The reason why Mr. Crookes did not obtain the same...then too large a proportion of air or non-condensing gas mixed with the vapour, which also was not in a state of saturation. In the experiments the condensable...
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Nature, Volume 10

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1874
...be reduced, and it will condense the vapour and be drawn towards the ice. The reason why Mr. Crcokes did not obtain the same results with a less perfect...because he had then too large a proportion of air or non condensing gas mixed with the vapour, which also was not in a state of saturation. In the experiments...
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, Volume 11

Engineering - 1874
...temperature of the pith it will be reduced, and it will condense the vapor and be drawn towards the ice. The reason why Mr. Crookes did not obtain the same results with a less perfect VOL. XL— No. 6-34 vacuum was because he had then too large a proportion of air or non-condensing...
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Papers on Mechanical and Physical Subjects, Volume 1

Osborne Reynolds - Ether (Space) - 1900
...will exercise less supporting or floating power on the ball, which will therefore tend to sink. This tendency will be in opposition to the lifting of the...then too large a proportion of air, or non-condensing gas, mixed with the vapour, which also was not in a state of saturation. In his experiments the condensable...
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Proceedings of the Physical Society, Volumes 1-2

Institute of Physics and the Physical Society - Physics - 1876
...apparatus is full of air at nearly the normal pressure of the atmosphere. Professor Reynolds again says, " The reason why Mr. Crookes did not obtain the same...then too large a proportion of air, or non-condensing gas, mixed with the vapour." On this I may remark that the writer, before he explained how it was I...
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1871
...will exercise less supporting or floating power on the ball, which will therefore tend to sink. This tendency will be in opposition to the lifting of the...then too large a proportion of air, or non-condensing gas, mixed with the vapour, which also was not in a state of saturation. In his experiments the condensable...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 22

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1874
...less supporting or floating power on the ball, which will therefore tend to sink. This tendency wDl be in opposition to the lifting of the ascending current,...then too large a proportion of air, or non-condensing gas, mixed with the vapour, which also wus not in a state of saturation. In his experiments the condensable...
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Philosophical Magazine: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Applied ...

Science - 1874
...will exercise less supporting or floating powor on the ball, which will therefore tend to sink. This tendency will be in opposition to the lifting of the...Mr. Crookes did not obtain the same results with a loss perfect vacuum was because he had then too large a proportion of air, or non-condensing gas, mixed...
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