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" I. (Proposition.) Consider first a single fixed body with one or more apertures through it ; as a particular example, a piece of straight tube open at each end. Let there be irrotational circulation of the fluid through one or more such apertures. It... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh - Page 56
by Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1872
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The American Naturalist, Volume 8

1874
...are of some interest in physics as illustrating the great question of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries : — Is action at a distance a reality,...electric forces must be, by action of intervening matter? In 186!) and 1873, Prof. Challis of Cambridge, England, published two works on the Principles of Mathematical...
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Reprint of Papers on Electrostatics and Magnetism

William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1872 - 592 pages
...unchanged, [VM § 60 («)] however the solid be moved, or bent, and whatever influences there may be from other bodies. The solid, if rigid and left at...electric forces must be, by action of intervening matter ? 734. I. (Proposition.) Consider first a single fixed body with one or more apertures through it ;...
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Reprint of Papers on Electrostatics and Magnetism

William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1872 - 592 pages
...proof are to be found in a continuation of that paper. [They are found in §§ 759... 703, below.] some kind of molecular motion is essentially concerned....electric forces must be, by action of intervening matter ? 734. I. (Proposition.) Consider first a single fixed body with one or more apertures through it ;...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1874 - 1060 pages
...are of some interest in physics as illustrating the great question of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries — Is action at a distance a reality, or...gravitation to be explained, as we now believe magnetic and electnc forces must be, by action of intervening matter? In 1869 and 1873, Prof. Challis of Cambridge,...
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Constitution, List of Meetings, Officers, Committees, Fellows ..., Volume 23

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1875 - 406 pages
...are of some interest in physics as illustrating the great question of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries : — Is action at a distance a reality,...electric forces must be, by action of intervening matter? In 1869 and 1873, Prof. Challis of Cambridge, England, published two works on the Principles of Mathematical...
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Constitution, List of Meetings, Officers, Committees, Fellows ..., Volume 23

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1875 - 392 pages
...are of some interest in physics as illustrating the great question of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries : — Is action at a distance a reality,...electric forces must be, by action of intervening matter? In 1869 and 1873, Prof. Challis of Cambridge, England, published two works on the Principles of Mathematical...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1875 - 962 pages
...interest in physics as illustrating the great question of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries : — la action at a distance a reality, or is gravitation...electric forces must be, by action of intervening matter ? In 1869 and 1873, Prof. Challis of Cambridge, England, published two works on the Principles of Mathematical...
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Constitution, List of Meetings, Officers, Committees, Fellows ..., Volume 23

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1875 - 390 pages
...are of some interest in physics as illustrating the great question of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries : — Is action at a distance a reality,...now believe magnetic and electric forces must be, by aection of intervening matter ? In 1869 and 1873, Prof. Challis of Cambridge, England, published two...
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The Genesis of Nature Considered in the Light of Mr. Spencer's Philosophy ...

Thomas Hubbard Musick - 1890 - 390 pages
...Gen. Astronomy, J3.109. Prof. Levering says : " The great question of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries: Is action at a distance a reality, or is...electric forces must be, by action of intervening matter? "—Pop. Sci. M., Jany, 1875, p. 316. § 169. A great many other physicists find difficulty in accepting...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 6

1875 - 800 pages
...are of some interest in physics as illustrating the great question of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries : Is action at a distance a reality, or...electric forces must be, by action of intervening matter ? In 1869 and 1873, Prof. Challis, of Cambridge, England, published two works on the " Principles of...
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