Proceedings of the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow, Volume 11
The Society, 1879
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Page 349 - When two elastic fluids, denoted by A and B, are mixed together, there is no mutual repulsion amongst their particles; that is, the particles of A do not repel those of B, as they do one another. Consequently, the pressure or whole weight upon any one particle arises solely from those of its own kind.
Page 472 - The question we have to put to the steelmakers is, What are our prospects of obtaining a material which we can use without such delicate manipulation and so much fear and trembling?
Page 356 - ... to observe that the phenomena of effusion and diffusion are distinct and essentially different in their nature. The effusion movement affects masses of gas, the diffusion movement affects molecules ; and a gas is usually carried by the former kind of impulse with a velocity many thousand times greater than by the latter.
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Page 161 - A., 1904, Anthozoen und Bryozoen des unteren Kohlenkalks von Central Russland: Comite Geol. Mem., n. ser., livr. 14, pp. 1-67 (Russian), pp. 68-109 (German) , pis. 1-9. THOMSON, J., 1879, On a new genus of rugose corals from the Carboniferous limestone of Scotland: Phil. Soc. Glasgow Proc., vol. 11, pp. 323-344, pis. 1-3. and NICHOLSON, HA, 1875, Contributions to the study of the chief generic types of the Palaeozoic corals: Annals Mag. Nat. History, ser. 4, vol. 16, pp. 424-429, pi. 12. 1876, Contributions...