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" ... scarcely exceeds at all the diameter to be attributed to a molecule of oil. It is obvious therefore that the present phenomena lie entirely outside the scope of a theory such as Laplace's, in which matter is regarded as continuous, and that an explanation... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society. Section A, Mathematical and Physical Science - Page 619
by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1912
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1899 - 638 pages
...matter is regarded as continuous, and that an explanation requires a direct consideration of molecules. If we begin by supposing the number of molecules of...Under these conditions there is nothing to oppose the HH = raicroniillinietre = 10~6 mm. s la-* o * Sg'«!& •o S .M§ CD 00 430 00 dQ 00 £** J> £« 'S...
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Journal of the American Chemical Society, Volume 39, Part 2

American Chemical Society - 1917
...matter is regarded as continuous, and that an explanation requires a direct consideration of molecules. "If we begin by supposing the number of molecules...the contraction of the surface — the tension is the same as that of pure water." If the molecules "behave like smooth rigid spheres of gaseous theory,...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volume 116

1917 - 454 pages
...is regarded as continuous, and that an explanation requires a direct consideration of molecules. " If we begin by supposing the number of molecules of oil upon a water suitace to be small enough, not only will every molecule be able to approach the water as closely as...
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Philosophical Magazine

1899
...as continuous, and that an explanation requires a direct consideration of molecules. If we begin bv supposing the number of molecules of oil upon a water surface to lie small enough, not only will every molecule l»e able to approach the water as closely as it desires,...
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scientific papers

636 pages
...matter is regarded as continuous, and that an explanation requires a direct consideration of molecules. If we begin by supposing the number of molecules of...the contraction of the surface — the tension is the same as that of pure water. Castor Oil. May 15. Fig. (3) Weight (in grams) Castor Oil. May 15....
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1899
...matter is regarded as continuous, and that an explanation requires a direct consideration of molecules. If we begin by supposing the number of molecules of...Under these conditions there is nothing to oppose the o£ip j*g •jo Q dodcdooxiooot-ittttit! = 1 contraction of the surface — the tension i- the saino...
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