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" In the condition of gas, matter is deprived of numerous and varying properties, with which it appears invested when in the form of a liquid or solid. The gas exhibits only a few grand and simple features. These again may all be dependent upon atomic or... "
The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science - Page 13
by William Crookes - 1774
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 12

Electronic journals - 1863
...gas exhibits only a few grand and simple features. These again may all be dependent upon atomic and molecular mobility. Let us imagine one kind of substance...With the atom at rest the uniformity of matter would he perfect. But the atom possesses always more or less motion, due, it must be assumed, to a primordial...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

Industrial arts - 1865
...solid. The gas exhibits only a few grand and simple features. These, again, may also be dependent upon atomic or molecular mobility. Let us imagine one kind...in size and weight. We shall have one substance and one common atom. With the atom at rest, the uniformity of matter would be perfect ; but the atom always...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1865
...gas exhibits only a few grand and simple features. These again may all be dependent upon atomic and molecular mobility. Let us imagine one kind of substance...atoms, uniform in size and weight. We shall have one eubstauce and a common atom. With the atom at rest the uniformity of matter would be perfect. But the...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volume 16

Industrial arts - 1866
...solid. The gas exhibits only a few grand and simple features. These, again, may also be dependent upon atomic or molecular mobility. Let us imagine one kind...matter; and, further, that matter is divisible into ultimito aty.as, uniform in size an 1 weight. We shall have one substance and one conr.non atom. With...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volume 16

Industrial arts - 1866
...solid. The gas exhibits only a few grand and simple features. Those, again, may also be depandent upon atomic or molecular mobility. Let us imagine one kind...matter: and, further, that matter is divisible into ultiinite а1хш, uniform in size an 1 weight. We shall have one substance and one common atom. With...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1865
...solid. The gas exhibits only a few grand and simple features. These, again, may also be dependent upon atomic or molecular mobility. Let us imagine one kind...that matter is divisible into ultimate atoms, uniform 112 in size and weight. We shall have one substance and one common atom. With the atom at rest, the...
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The Journal of the Royal institution of Great Britain. Notices of ..., Volume 6

Royal institution of Great Britain - 1872
...solid. The gas exhibits only a few grand and simple features. These again may all be dependent upon atomic or molecular mobility. Let us imagine one kind...ultimate atoms, uniform in size and weight. We shall then have one substance and a common atom. With the atom at rest the uniformity of matter would be...
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Proceedings, Volume 6

Royal Institution of Great Britain - Science - 1872
...solid. The gas exhibits only a few grand and simple features. These again may all be dependent upon atomic or molecular mobility. Let us imagine one kind...ultimate atoms, uniform in size and weight. We shall then have one substance and a common atom. With the atom at rest the uniformity of matter would be...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - Discoveries in science - 1873
...solid. The gas exhibits only a few grand and simple features. These again may all be dependent upon atomic or molecular mobility. Let us imagine one kind of substance only to exist—ponderable matter; and further, that matter is divisible into ultimate atoms, uniform in size...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science: (1899:July-Dec.), Volume 80

Chemistry - 1899
...features of the gas, may all be dependent upon atomic and molecular mobility. Let us imagine, he says, one kind of substance only to exist — ponderable...the atom at rest the uniformity of matter would be perfeā. But the atom possesses always more or less motion, due, it must be assumed, to a primordial...
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