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" The properties of substances, though destroyed to sense 'by combination, are not destroyed in reality : it follows from the persistence of force, that the properties of a compound are resultants of the properties of its components — resultants in which... "
Natural Science - Página 379
1898
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The Principles of Biology, Volumen1

Herbert Spencer - 1864
...phenomena of Evolution in so high a degree, are mainly composed of ultimate units having extreme mobility. The properties of substances, though destroyed to...the components are severally in full action, though greatly obscured by each other. One of the leading properties of each substance is its degree of molecular...
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The Principles of Biology, Volumen1

Herbert Spencer - 1864
...phenomena of Evolution in so high a degree, are mainly composed of ultimate units having extreme mobility. The properties of substances, though destroyed to...combination, are not destroyed in reality : it follows from tha persistence of force, that the properties of a compound are resultants of the properties of its...
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The Principles of Biology, Volumen1

Herbert Spencer - 1866
...phenomena of Evolution in so high a degree, are mainly composed of ultimate units having extreme mobility. The properties of substances, though destroyed to...the components are severally in full action, though greatly obscured by each other. One of the leading properties of each substance is its degree of molecular...
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On Mr. Spencer's Unification of Knowledge

Malcolm Guthrie - 1882 - 476 páginas
...termed " organic " form, therefore, the starting-point in biological evolution. As Mr. Spencer argues, " It follows from the Persistence of Force that the...the components are severally in full action, though greatly ohscured by each other." It is, therefore, necessary to enter upon a study of the properties...
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The Principles of Biology, Volumen1

Herbert Spencer - 1886
...phenomena of Evolution in so high a degree, are mainly composed of ultimate units having extreme mobility. The properties of substances, though destroyed to...persistence of force, that the properties of a compound aro resultants of the properties of its components — resultants in which the properties of the components...
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The Monist, Volumen9

Paul Carus - 1899
...against which I have been contending. On the first page of the Principles of Biology we are told : "The properties of substances, though destroyed to...persistence of force, that the properties of a compound are the resultants of the properties of its components, — resultants in which the properties of the components...
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Influence of the Solvent in Electrolytic Conduction ...

Harrison Eastman Patten - 1902 - 600 páginas
...electricity lowers the conductivity less than a dilutant whose solutions will not conduct. The principle that the properties of a compound are resultants of the properties of its constituents has been used hitherto with some success. It would seem that we must work along this line...
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An easy outline of evolution

Dennis Hird - 1903 - 240 páginas
...phenomena of evolution in so high a degree, are mainly composed of ultimate units having extreme mobility. The properties of substances, though destroyed to...the components are severally in full action, though greatly obscured by each other. One of the leading properties of each substance is its degree of molecular...
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Iowa Homeopathic Journal, Volúmenes1-2

G.A. Huntoon - 1907
...Evolution in so high a degree, are mainly composed of ultimate units having extreme mobility. The property of substances, though destroyed to • sense by combination,...the components are severally in full action, though greatly obscured by each other. One of the leading properties of each substance is its degree of molecular...
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Herbert Spencer: Critical Assessments, Volumen3

John Offer - 2000 - 1669 páginas
...properties. '. . . organic bodies ... are mainly composed of ultimate units having extreme mobility. The properties of substances, though destroyed to sense by combination, are not destroyed in reality.'*1 The parts of a biological organism not only 'exchange services' with one another, but they...
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