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" The corpuscular theory of matter traces all material forces to the attraction or repulsion of foci of strain of two opposite types. All systems of these foci which have been considered would possess an unsymmetrical stray field — equipotential surfaces... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society. Section A, Mathematical and Physical Science - Page 634
by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1912
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The Theory and Application of Colloidal Behavior: Contributed by ..., Volume 1

Robert Herman Bogue - 1924
...less, which seems entirely plausible when the rapidity of rotation of such a system is considered. The corpuscular theory of matter traces all material...equipotential surfaces would not be disposed about the system in concentric shells. If the stray field of a molecule, that is, of a complex of these atomic systems,...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1924 - 638 pages
...great importance, I shall take the liberty of giving two quotations from Hardy's scientific papers. ' The corpuscular theory of matter traces all material...equipotential surfaces would not be disposed about the system in concentric shells. If the stray field of a molecule, that is of a complex of these atomic systems,...
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Colloid Chemistry, Theoretical and Applied: Theory and methods

Jerome Alexander - 1926
...Hardy 16 in two interesting paragraphs, one published in 1912 and the other in 1913, as cited below. "The corpuscular theory of matter traces all material...equipotential surfaces would not be disposed about the system in concentric shells. If the stray field of a molecule, that is, of a complex of these atomic systems,...
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Colloid Symposium Monograph, Volume 2

Joseph Howard Mathews, Harry Nicholls Holmes, Harry Boyer Weiser - 1925
...investigators.1 The first of these, Hardy, expressed his early contribution in the two following paragraphs : "The corpuscular theory of matter traces all material...equipotential surfaces would not be disposed about the system in concentric shells. If the stray field of a molecule that is of a complex of these atomic systems,...
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An Introduction to Surface Chemistry

Sir Eric Keightley Rideal - 1926 - 480 pages
...molecules. The following two quotations from Hardy's papers give an indication of the point of view. "The corpuscular theory of matter traces all material...equipotential surfaces would not be disposed about the system in concentric shells. If the stray field of a molecule, that is of a complex of these atomic systems,...
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