| John Tyndall - 1870 - 74 páginas
...greater the elasticity the greater is the velocity, and the less the density the greater is the velocity. **To account for the enormous velocity of propagation...it is assumed to be of both extreme elasticity and** of extreme tenuity. This substance is called the I/uminiferous ether. 218. It fills space ; it surrounds... | |
| John Tyndall - 1870 - 74 páginas
...greater the elasticity the greater is the velocity, and the less the density the greater is the velocity. **To account for the enormous velocity of propagation...it is assumed to be of both extreme elasticity and** of extreme tenuity. This substance is called the Luminiferous ether. 218. It fills space; it surrounds... | |
| John Tyndall - 1871 - 194 páginas
...greater the elasticity the greater is the velocity, and the less the density the greater is the velocity. **To account for the enormous velocity of propagation...it is assumed to be of both extreme elasticity and** of ex* Dr. Young was appointed Professor of Natural Philosophy in the Royal Institution, August 3,... | |
| JOHN TYNDALL, L.L.D., F.R.S. - 1871
...greater the elasticity the greater is the velocity, and the less the density the greater is the velocity. **To account for the enormous velocity of propagation...it is assumed to be of both extreme elasticity and** of ex* Dr. Young was appointed Professor of Natural Philosophy in the Koyal Institution, August 3,... | |
| Alexander Wilford Hall - 1880 - 512 páginas
...then substitute another material (luminiferous ether) almost infinitely more difficult to accept.* * **"To account for the enormous velocity of propagation...of luminous bodies are in a state of vibration. The** -cil,ratiotu I admit at once, in thus assuming what must now be unavoidable in my hypothesis, — namely,... | |
| Alexander Wilford Hall - 1880 - 512 páginas
...substitute another material (luminiferous ether) almost infinitely more difficult to accept.* * ',' **To account for the enormous velocity of propagation...the substance which transmits it is assumed to be** oj both extreme elasticity and extreme tenuity. This substance is called the Luminiferous Ether. It... | |
| Alexander Wilford Hall - 1877 - 512 páginas
...then substitute another material (luminiferous ether) almost infinitely more difficult to accept.* * **"To account for the enormous velocity of propagation...the substance •which transmits it is assumed to** lit a/ both extreme elasticity and extreme tenuity. This substance is called the Luminiferous Ether.... | |
| Alexander Wilford Hall - 1883 - 524 páginas
...then substitute another material (luminiferous ether) almost infinitely more difficult to accept.* * " **To account for the enormous velocity of propagation in the case of light, the** stibstaiue which transmits it is assumed to be oj both extreme elasticity and extreme tenuity. This... | |
| GEORGE CROOM ROBERTSON - 1882
...surrounds the atoms of bodies ; it extends, without solution of continuity, through the humors of the eye. **The molecules of luminous bodies are in a state of vibration. The vibrations are taken up by the** ether, and transmitted through it in waves. These waves impinging on the retina excite the sensation."... | |
| Francis Ellingwood Abbot - 1885 - 219 páginas
...surrounds the atoms of bodies ; it extends, without solution of continuity, through the humors of the eye. **The molecules of luminous bodies are in a state of vibration. The vibrations are taken up by the** ether, and transmitted through it in waves. These waves impinging on the retina excite the sensation."... | |
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