| 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: —... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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.... | |
| 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... | |
| James Clerk Maxwell - 1892
...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... | |
| James Clerk Maxwell - 1892
...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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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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