Every infinite homogeneous assemblage of Boscovich atoms is in equilibrium. So, therefore, is every finite homogeneous assemblage, provided that extraneous forces be applied to all within influential distance of the frontier, equal to the forces which... Proceedings - Pagina 210di Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1904Visualizzazione completa - Informazioni su questo libro
| Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1890
...infinite homogeneous assemblage* of Boscovich atoms is in equilibrium. So, therefore, is every finite **homogeneous assemblage, provided that extraneous forces...distance of the frontier, equal to the forces which** « homogeneous continuation of the assemblage through influential distance beyond the frontier, would... | |
| William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1890
...infinite homogeneous assemblage* of Boscovich atoms is in equilibrium. So, therefore, is every finite **homogeneous assemblage, provided that extraneous forces...given homogeneous assemblage of single atoms — or** of groups of atoms as explained below — constitutes the Boscovich equilibrium-theory of elastic solids.... | |
| SIR WILLIAM THOMSON, LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. - 1890
...infinite homogeneous assemblage* of Boscovich atoms is in equilibrium. So, therefore, is every finite **homogeneous assemblage, provided that extraneous forces...given homogeneous assemblage of single atoms — or** of groups of atoms as explained below — constitutes the Boscovich equilibrium-theory of elastic solids.... | |
| Baron William Thomson Kelvin - 1904 - 694 pagine
...infinite homogeneous assemblage of Boscovich atoms is in equilibrium. So, therefore, is every finite **homogeneous assemblage, provided that extraneous forces...explained above (§ 1)— constitutes the Boscovich** equilibriumtheory of elastic solids. It is wonderful how much towards explaining the crystallography... | |
| Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1904
...assemblage of Boscovich atoms is in equilibrium. So, therefore, is every finite homogeneous nssemblage, **provided that extraneous forces be applied to all...single atoms — or groups of atoms as explained above** (ij 1)— constitutes the Boscovich equilibrium-theory of elastic solids. It is wonderful how much... | |
| William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1904 - 703 pagine
...infinite homogeneous assemblage of Boscovich atoms is in equilibrium. So, therefore, is every finite **homogeneous assemblage, provided that extraneous forces...assemblage of single atoms — or groups of atoms as** APPENDIX J. explained above (§ 1) — constitutes the Boscovich equilibriumtheory of elastic solids.... | |
| 1902
...infinite homogeneous assemblage of Boscovich atoms is in equilibrium. So, therefore, is every finite **homogeneous assemblage, provided that extraneous forces...atoms as explained above (§ 1) — constitutes the** Boseovich equilibrium-theory of elastic solids. Fig. 3. It is wonderful how much towards explaining... | |
| 1905 - 8 pagine
...infinite homogeneous assemblage of Boscovich atoms is in equilibrium. So, therefore, is every finite **homogeneous assemblage, provided that extraneous forces...explained above (§ 1) — constitutes the Boscovich** equilibriumtheory of elastic solids. It is wonderful how much towards explaining the crystallography... | |
| Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1890
...infinite homogeneous assemblage* of Boscovich atoms is in equilibrium. So therefore is every finite **homogeneous assemblage, provided that extraneous forces...any given homogeneous assemblage of single atoms, or** of groups of atoms, as explained below, constitutes the Boscovich equilibrium-theory of elastic solids.... | |
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