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" ... 5 millims. of the barometric height. On arranging the ball above the spiral (and making contact with the battery), the attraction was still strong, drawing the ball downwards a distance of 2 millims. The pump continuing to work, the gauge rose until... "
The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science - Page 2
by William Crookes - 1774
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with ..., Volumes 31-32

Chemistry - 1875
...a distance of 2 millims. The pump continuing to work, the gauge rose until it was within i millim. of the barometer. The attraction of the hot spiral...down when placed below it, and up when placed above i'. The movement was, however, much less decided than before, and in spite of previous experience (30,...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 11

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1874
...a distance of 2 millims. The pump continuing to work, the gauge rose until it was within 1 millim. of the barometer. The attraction of the hot spiral...the vacuum was absolute, and that then, and not till then, the neutral point would be reached. Within I millimetre of a vacuum there appeared to be no room...
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The Journal of Science: 1874, Volume 11

Science - 1874
...a distance of 2 millims. The pump continuing to work, the gauge rose until it was within I millim. of the barometer. The attraction of the hot spiral...decided than before; and in spite of previous experience (33,34) the inference was very strong that the attraction would gradually diminish until the vacuum...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 22

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1874
...a distance of 2 millims. The pump continuing to work, the gauge rose until it was within 1 millim. of the barometer. The attraction of the hot spiral...below it, and up when placed above it. The movement, however, was much less decided than before ; and in spite of previous experience (33, 34) the inference...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 12

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1875
...a distance of 2 millims. The pump continuing to work, the gauge rose until it was within i millim. of the barometer. The attraction of the hot spiral...below it, and up when placed above it. The movement, however, was much less decided than before ; and in spite of previous experience the inference was...
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The Journal of Science: 1875, Volume 12

Science - 1875
...a distance of 2 millims. The pump continuing to work, the gauge rose until it was within i millim. of the barometer. The attraction of the hot spiral...below it, and up when placed above it. The movement, however, was much less decided than before ; and in spite of previous experience the inference was...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 7

Science - 1875
...of two millimetres. The pump continuing to work, the gauge rose until it was within one millimetre of the barometer. The attraction of the hot spiral...below it, and up when placed above it. The movement, however, was much less decided than before ; and, in spite of previous experience, the inference was...
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The Quarterly Journal of Science, Volume 11

Science - 1874
...a distance of 2 millims. The pump continuing to work, the gauge rose until it was within i millim. of the barometer. The attraction of the hot spiral...attraction would gradually diminish until the vacuum waa absolute, and that then, and not till then, the neutral point would be reached. Within I millimetre...
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1871
...a distance of 2 millims. The pump continuing to work, the gauge rose until it was .within 1 millim. of the barometer. The attraction of the hot spiral...below it, and up when placed above it. The movement, however, was much less decided than before ; and in spite of previous experience (33, 34) the inference...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Electronic journals - 1875
...a distance of 2 millims. The pump continuing to work, the guage rose until it was within 1 millim. of the barometer. The attraction of the hot spiral...below it, and up when placed above it. The movement, however, was much less decided than before ; and in spite of previous experience the inference was...
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