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" ... of repulsion. It is true the upper surface of our atmosphere must present a very cold front, and this might suffer repulsion by the sun ; but I have said enough to show how utterly in the dark we are as to the cosmical bearings of this action of radiation,... "
Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences - Page 38
1877
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., 13. köide

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1876
...as to the cosmical bearings of this action of radiation, and further speculation would be but waste of time. It may be of interest to compare these experimental...any knowledge of these facts had been made public. Prof. Clerk Maxwell, in his " Electricity and Magnetism," vol. ii., p. 391, writes as follows: —...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 9. köide

1876
...as to the cosmical bearings of this action of radiation, and further speculation would be but waste of time. It may be of interest to compare these experimental...any knowledge of these facts had been made public. Prof. Clerk Maxwell, in his " Electricity and Magnetism," vol. ii., p. 391, writes as follows : " The...
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Proceedings, 8. köide

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1879
...as to the cosmical bearings of this action of radiation, and further speculation would be but waste of time. It may be of interest to compare these experimental...foot-pound, and the mean pressure on a square foot is 0 - 0000000882 of a pound weight. A flat body exposed to sunlight would experience this pressure on...
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The Journal of the Royal institution of Great Britain. Notices of ..., 8. köide

Royal institution of Great Britain - 1879
...as to the cosmical bearings of this action of radiation, and further speculation would be but waste of time. It may be of interest to compare these experimental...mean energy in one cubic foot of sunlight is about 0.0000000882 of a foot-pound, and the mean pressure on a square foot is 0 ' 0000000882 of a pound weight....
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., 8. köide

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1879
...as to the cosmical bearings of this action of radiation, and further speculation would be but waste of time. It may be of interest to compare these experimental...Maxwell, in his ' Electricity and Magnetism,' vol. ii. p. 891, writes as follows : " The mean energy in one cubic foot of sunlight is about 0-0000000882 of a...
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A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, 2. köide

James Clerk Maxwell - 1892 - 23 lehte
...strong sunlight the energy of the light which falls on one square foot is 83-4 foot pounds per second, the mean energy in one cubic foot of sunlight is about 0-0000000882 of a foot pound, and the mean pressure on a square foot is 0-0000000882 of a pound weight. A flat body exposed...
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A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, 2. köide

James Clerk Maxwell - 1892 - 23 lehte
...strong sunlight the energy of the light which falls on one square foot is 83-4 foot pounds per second, the mean energy in one cubic foot of sunlight is about 0-0000000882 of a foot pound, and the mean pressure on a square foot is 0-0000000882 of a pound weight. A flat body exposed...
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A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, 2. köide

James Clerk Maxwell - 1892 - 23 lehte
...strong sunlight the energy of the light which falls on one square foot is 83-4 foot pounds per second, the mean energy in one cubic foot of sunlight is about 0-0000000882 of a foot pound, and the mean pressure on a square foot is 0-0000000882 of a pound weight. A flat body exposed...
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The American Journal of Science, 151–152. köide

1896
...strong sunlight the energy of the light which falls on one square foot is 83'4 foot-pounds per second, the mean energy in one cubic foot of sunlight is about...mean pressure on a square foot is 0-0000000882 of a pound weight. A flat body exposed to sunlight would experience this pressure on its illuminated side...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1896
...strong sunlight the energy of the light which falls on one square foot is 83-4 foot-pounds per second, the mean energy in one cubic foot of sunlight is about...mean pressure on a square foot is 0-0000000882 of a pound weight. A flat body exposed to sunlight would experience this pressure on its illuminated side...
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