| Breton (M., Jean Baptiste Joseph) - Art - 1812 - 190 pages
...would select one. The first guest politely declined the invitation, addressing it to the second, he **to the third, the third to the fourth, and so on to the** bottom of the saloon. " The catalogue was some moments in my hand ; and, throwing *my eyes upon it,... | |
| Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - Science - 1813 - 550 pages
...other, in this respect, in the following order; it being understood that the first gives up electricity **to the second ; the second to the third; the third to the fourth ; and so on** : Silver, Copper, Iron, Tin, Lead, Zinc. It is to this transference of electricity, that Volta ascribes... | |
| Isaac Dalby - Mathematics - 1813 - 538 pages
...rank of quantities of the same kind, the ratio of the first to the last is compounded of the ratios of **the first to the second, the second to the third, the third to the fourth, and** Ťo on to the last. Let a, b, c, d, e, be a rank of quantities, then the fractions denoting the ratios... | |
| William Nicholson - Science - 1813 - 344 pages
...other, in this respect, in the following order ; it being understood that the first gives up electricity **to the second ; the second to the third; the third to the fourth ; and so on** : Silver, Copper, Iron, Tin, Lead, Zinc. His theory It is to this transference of electricity, that... | |
| Natural history - 1813 - 524 pages
...other, in this respect, in the following order; it being understood that the first gives up electricity **to the second; the second to the third; the third to the fourth; and so on** : Silver, Copper, Iron, Tin, Lead, Zinc. It is to this transference of electricity, that Volta ascribes... | |
| William Henry - Chemistry - 1819 - 440 pages
...arrange the powers in the following order, it being understood that the first gives up its electricity **to the second ; the second to the third ; the third to the fourth, and so on.** Silver. Copper. Iron. Tin. Lead. Zinc. The metals, then, have been denominated by Volta, from this... | |
| Euclides - 1821 - 294 pages
...the first is said to have to the last (A : F) a ratio compounded of the ratios which the first has **to the second, the second to the third, the third to the fourth** (A : D and D : C and C : F) and so on to the last. Note. By die duplicate ratio of A to B is meant... | |
| Euclid - 1822 - 222 pages
...the first is said to have to the last (A to F) a ratio compounded of the ratios which the first has **to the second, the second to the third, the third to the fourth** (A to D, D to C, and C to F) and so on to the last. 13. In proportionals the antecedents are said to... | |
| William Brown - Jews - 1823 - 650 pages
...to the first booth. These delivered him over to the persons in that booth, who, in their turn, went **to the second ; the second to the third ; the third to the fourth, and so on** (the company at each booth always asking him if he would eat or drink) till he came to the tenth booth.... | |
| Luke Herbert - Industrial arts - 1826 - 408 pages
...the upper part of the first compartment to the lower part of the second ; and in the same manner from **the second to the third, the third to the fourth, and so on.** It will now be readily seen that the most aqueous portion of the vapdur will be condensed in the first... | |
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