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" ... into unisonant vibration. And thus, no matter how complicated the motion of the external air may be, these microscopic strings can analyse it, and reveal the constituents of which it is composed. "
Sound, 8 lectures - Página 370
por John Tyndall - 1875
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Meliora, Volúmenes9-10

1866
...unisonant vibrations. And thus, no matter hew complicated the motion of the external air may be, those microscopic strings can analyse it, and reveal the constituents of which it is composed.' This description will serve to explain the process of hearing much better than a diagram would, and...
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Sound

John Tyndall - 1867 - 335 páginas
...unisonant vibration. And thus, no matter how complicated the motion of the external air may be, those microscopic strings can analyse it and reveal the constituents of which it is composed. In these concluding remarks I have endeavoured to place before you, in a few words, the views now entertained...
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Faith and Science

Gilbert Sutton - 1868 - 330 páginas
...unisonant vibration ; and thus, no matter how complicated the motion of the external air may be, those microscopic strings can analyse it, and reveal the constituents of which it is composed." Wonderful indeed! In the last century, when, comparatively speaking, only the surface of this beautiful...
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The Power of the Soul Over the Body

George Moore - 1868 - 436 páginas
...unisonant vibration. And thus, no matter how complicated the motion of the external air may be, those microscopic strings can analyse it and reveal the constituents of which it is composed ' ('Tyndall on Sound,' p. 325). There is much of wisdom in the arrangement of the ear, as indeed in...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen127

1868
...unisonant vibration. And thus, no matter how complicated ' the motion of the external air may be, those microscopic strings ' can analyse it and reveal the constituents of which it is com' posed.' The 3,000 strings give 400 for each of the 7 octaves of ordinary instruments, within which...
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The world of moral and religious anecdote, gathered by E.P. Hood

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1870
...unisonant vibration. And thus, no matter how complicated the motion of the external air may be, those microscopic strings can analyse it, and reveal the constituents of which it is composed. — Professor Tyndall's Lectures on Sound. MARVELLOUS TREE IN THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. HUAHINE, another...
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The Fine Arts and Their Uses: Essays on the Essential Principles and Limits ...

William Bellars - 1876 - 381 páginas
...unisonant vibration. And thus, no matter how complicated the motion of the external air may be, those microscopic strings can analyse it, and reveal the constituents of which it is composed."* And not only does the mechanism of our auditory apparatus suggest a purely mechanical source for the...
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Fine Arts and Their Uses: Essays

William Bellars - 1876
...unisonant vibration. And thus, no matter how complicated the motion of the external air may be, those microscopic strings can analyse it, and reveal the constituents of which it is composed."* And not only does the mechanism of our auditory apparatus suggest a purely mechanical source for the...
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The Homilist; or, The pulpit for the people, conducted by D ..., Volumen4

David Thomas - 1877
...unisonant vibration. And thus, no matter how complicated the motion of the external air may be, those microscopic strings can analyse it and reveal the constituents of which it is composed." " What we hear when listening to a chorus or a symphony," says Max Miiller, "is a commotion of elastic...
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Theism: Being the Baird Lecture for 1876

Robert Flint - 1877 - 432 páginas
...unisonant vibration. And thus, no matter how complicated the motion of the external air may be, those microscopic strings can analyse it and reveal the constituents of which it is composed." — On Sound, p. 325. "What we hear when listening to a chorus or a symphony is a commotion of elastic...
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