## The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of ScienceTaylor & Francis, 1891 |

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**distance**by a magnet are mainly situated at or near the ends of the magnet . Suppose , then , that we have two long magnets A , B , which may be considered to possess the magnetic properties only in their ends , and let these magnets be ...Page 489

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**distances**into shears we get 66.0 67.5 68.0 69.0 70.0 71.5 . But we have so far neglected the value of 0 , the**distance**of the axis of shears from the point of contact . By taking the two most reliable observations , where the**distance**...Page 539

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**distance**apart that**distance**will be 16 per cent . greater than the diameter of the molecule . This is sufficient to make melting quite comprehensible . Let us take a definite instance suppose four molecules at absolute zero in contact ...### Contents

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