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" ... proportion, it ought, if possible, to be ascertained. The data necessary to be known are — first, the internal and external diameters of the tube — secondly, that of the cistern containing the mercury, at the surface, where the tube plunges into... "
The Journal [afterw.] The Madras journal of literature and science, ed. by J ... - Page 203
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
...of the tube — secondly, that of the cistern containing the mercury, at the surface, where the tube plunges into it. These particulars, as they must be...maker, ought to be inquired of him, and indeed ought to he engraved conspicuously on some part of the instrument. Although all these corrections are necessary...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 21

Science - 1836 - 652 pages
...of the tube — secondly, that of the cistern containing the mercury, at the surface, where the tube plunges into it. These particulars, as they must be...maker, ought to be inquired of him, and indeed ought to he engraved conspicuously on some part of the instrument. Although all these corrections are necessary...
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Magazine of Popular Science, and Journal of the Useful Arts, Volume 3

Science - 1837 - 594 pages
...of the tube — secondly, that of the cistern containing the mercury, at the surface, where the tube plunges into it. These particulars, as they must be known to the maker, ought be inquired of him, and indeed ought to be engraved conspicuously on some part of the instrument. "...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the ...

Meteorology - 1837 - 970 pages
...the tube — secondly, that of the cistern containing t!:e mercury, at the surface, where the tube plunges into it. These particulars, as they must be known to the maker, ought be inquired of him, and indeed ought to be engraved conspicuously on some part of the instrument. "Although...
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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
...has been substituted for that of brass. No scientific observer, however, would willingly use such an instrument. Although all these corrections are necessary...ought not to be applied to individual observations previously to registry. In the blank forms of register furnished to the observatories, one sheet is...
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Report of the Committee of Physics: Including Meteorology, on the Objects of ...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Geomagnetism - 1840 - 164 pages
...has been substituted for that of brass. No scientific observer, however, would willingly use such an instrument. Although all these corrections are necessary...ought not to be applied to individual observations previously to registry. In the blank forms of register furnished to the observatories, one sheet is...
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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
...has been substituted for that of brass. No scientific observer, however, would willingly use such an instrument. Although all these corrections are necessary...ought not to be applied to individual observations previously to registry. In the blank forms of register furnished to the observatories, one sheet is...
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Aide-mémoire to the Military Sciences: Framed from Contributions ..., Volume 1

Military art and science - 1853 - 830 pages
...has been substituted for that of brass. No scientific observer, however, would willingly use such an instrument. Although all these corrections are necessary...ought not to be applied to individual observations previously to registry. In the blank forms of register furnished to the Observatories, one sheet is...
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1839 - 1198 pages
...been substituted for that of brass. No scientific observer, how. ever, would willingly use such an instrument. Although all these corrections are necessary...ought not to be applied to individual observations previously to registry. In the blank forms of register furnished to the observatories, one sheet is...
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Madras Journal of Literature and Science, Volume 5

1837 - 482 pages
...of the tube — secondly, that of the cistern containing the mercury, at the surface, where the tube plunges into it. These particulars, as they must be...strict reduction of registered observations, they ought no* to be applied to individual observations previous to registry. It is sufficient to know them. Their...
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