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" ... cautiously over a very small clear flame of an oil lamp, till the mercury rises to the very top of the tube, and fairly unites with the globule there awaiting it. Let the bulb cool, and the mercury will sink in one united column ; if not, heat it... "
The Journal [afterw.] The Madras journal of literature and science, ed. by J ... - Page 205
by Madras literary society - 1837
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 21

Geology - 1836 - 430 pages
...mercury to drop into the origin of the tube below ; then heat the bulb cautiously over a very small clear flame of an oil lamp, till the mercury rises...it again. When this is accomplished, the index may bt> set loose, by withdrawing the magnet, and restored to its proper position in the tube. A self~registering...
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Magazine of Popular Science, and Journal of the Useful Arts, Volume 3

Science - 1837 - 594 pages
...mercury to drop into the origin of the tube below ; then heat the tube cautiously over a very small clear flame of an oil lamp, till the mercury rises...whole year, or parts of a year, on elevated summits or other remarkable points, to ascertain their maxima and minima of temperature during absence. In...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 21

Science - 1836 - 652 pages
...origin of the tube below ; then heat the bulb cautiously over a very small clear flame of an oil lump, till the mercury rises to the very top of the tube,...whole year, or parts of a year, on elevated summits or other remarkable points, to ascertain their maxima and minima of temperature during absence. In...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the ...

Meteorology - 1837 - 970 pages
...mercury to drop into the origin of the tube below ; then heat the tube cautiously over a very small clear flame of an oil lamp, till the mercury rises...whole year, or parts of a year, on elevated summits or other remarkable points, to ascertain their maxima and minima of temperature during absence. In...
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Report of the President and Council of the Royal Society on the Instructions ...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Antarctica - 1839 - 94 pages
...slip down beneath the steel index, and will fairly unite with the convex projection aforesaid. Now let the bulb cool, and the mercury will sink in one united column, and leave the index free. Besides the regular series of observations of the temperature of the air,...
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Report of the Committee of Physics: Including Meteorology, on the Objects of ...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Geomagnetism - 1840 - 164 pages
...slip down beneath the steel index, and will fairly unite with the convex projection aforesaid. Now let the bulb cool, and the mercury will sink in one united column, and leave the index free. Besides the regular series of observations of the temperature of the air,...
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Report of the Committee of Physics and Meteorology of the Royal Society of ...

Royal Society (Great Britain). Committee of Physics and Meteorology - Geomagnetism - 1840 - 156 pages
...slip down beneath the steel index, and will fairly unite with the convex projection aforesaid. Now let the bulb cool, and the mercury will sink in one united column, and leave the index free. Besides the regular series of observations of the temperature of the air,...
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1839 - 1198 pages
...slip down beneath the steel index, and will fairly unite with the convex projection aforesaid. Now let the bulb cool, and the mercury will sink in one united column, and leave the index free. Besides the regular series of observations of the temperature of the air,...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 20; Volume 24

Electronic journals - 1837 - 450 pages
...mercury to drop into the origin of the tube below ; then heat the tube cautiously over a very small clear flame of an oil lamp, till the mercury rises...whole year, or parts of a year, on elevated summits or other remarkable points, to ascertain their maxima and minima of temperature during absence. In...
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Madras Journal of Literature and Science, Volume 5

1837 - 482 pages
...mercury to drop into the origin of the tube below ; then heat the bulb cautiously over a very small clear flame of an oil lamp, till the mercury rises...whole year, or parts of a year, on elevated summits or rather remarkable points, to ascertain their maxima and minima of temperature during absence. In...
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