... the tangent to the curve at the steepest point or point of inflection is rotating, so that its inclination to the plane of the coordinate axes for pressure and temperature, which we may regard as horizontal, increases till, at the critical point,... Nature - Page 108edited by - 1872Full view - About this book
| Sir Norman Lockyer - 1872 - 540 pages
...intervals, and the curves consequently being sections of the curved surface by numerous planes closely **spaced parallel to one another and to the plane containing...conceivable continuous course absolutely deficient. It thus** seems natural to suppose that in some sense there is continuity in each of the successive curves by... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1872 - 750 pages
...intervals, and the curves consequently being sections of the curved surface by numerous planes closely **spaced parallel to one another and to the plane containing...conceivable continuous course absolutely deficient. It thus** seems natural to suppose that in some sense there is continuity in each of the successive curves by... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1872 - 724 pages
...intervals, and the curves consequently being sections of the curved surface by numerous planes closely **spaced parallel to one another and to the plane containing...conceivable continuous course absolutely deficient. It thus** seems natural to suppose that in some sense there is continuity in each of the successive curves by... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1872 - 728 pages
...horizontal, increases till, at the critical point, it becomes a right angle. Then it appears verynatural **to suppose that, in proceeding onwards past the critical...conceivable continuous course absolutely deficient. It thus** seems natural to suppose that in some sense there is continuity in each of the successive curves by... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1872 - 750 pages
...rotation, and the angle of its inclination, which before was acute, would now become obtuse. It seems mucli **more natural to make such a supposition as this than...conceivable continuous course absolutely deficient. It thus** seems natural to suppose that in some sense there is continuity in each of the successive curves by... | |
| William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis - 1916 - 550 pages
...to curves successively for lower and lower temperatures, the tangent at the point of inflection will **continue its rotation, and the angle of its inclination,...from higher into lower temperatures, the curved line** should break itself asunder and should come to have a part of its conceivable continuous course absolutely... | |
| William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis - 1920 - 524 pages
...to curves successively for lower and lower temperatures, the tangent at the point of inflection will **continue its rotation, and the angle of its inclination,...obtuse. It seems much more natural to make such a** supVolume Fio. 18. The dotted lines indicate on this CO., diagram Thomson's hypothetical isothermals.... | |
| 1872 - 1356 pages
...very flatural to suppose that, in proceeding onward. put the critical point to curves successivelÂ¿r **for lower and lower temperatures,. the tangent at...supposition as this than to suppose that in passing the** cvi-. tical point from higher into lower temperatures the curved line, or the curved surface to which... | |
| 1872 - 1164 pages
...intervals, and the curves consequently being sections of the curved surface by numerous planes closely **spaced parallel to one another and to the plane containing...conceivable continuous course absolutely deficient. It thus** seems natural to suppose that in some sense there is continuity in each of the successive curves by... | |
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