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" ... combine so as to form still larger particles, which will move with greater velocity and, more quickly overtaking the particles in front of them, will add to their size at an increasing rate. Under such circumstances, therefore, the cloud would be... "
Proceedings of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester - Page 16
by Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester - 1877
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The Popular Science Monthly, 10. köide

1877
...formed," by Prof. Osborne Reynolds, MA, read at the Literary and Philosophical Society, Manchester. so as to form still larger particles which will move...them will add to their size at an increasing rate. Under such circumstances, therefore, the cloud would he converted into rain or hail according as the...
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Nature, 15. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1877
...than the others, and will consequently overtake those immediately beneath them ; with these they may combine so as to form still larger particles which...overtaking the particles in front of them will add to 'heir size at an increasing rate. Under such circumstances, therefore, the cloud would FIG. i. -Broken...
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Nature, 17. köide

1878
...overtake those immediately beneath them, and, combining with these, form still larger particles, which move with greater velocity, and more quickly overtaking the particles in front of them, add to their size at an increasing rate. He also showed that the shape and structure of ordinary hailstones...
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Memoirs and Proceedings - Manchester Literary and Philosophical ..., 26. köide

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1879
...than the others, and will consequently overtake those immediately beneath them; with these they may combine so as to form still larger particles, which...them, will add to their size at an increasing rate. Under such circumstances, therefore, the cloud would be converted into rain or hail, according as the...
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Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester

1879
...spaces which separate them, and there can be no aggregation so as to form raindrops or hailstones. larger particles, which will move with greater velocity...them, will add to their size at an increasing rate. Under such circumstances, therefore, the cloud would be converted into rain or hail, according as the...
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Papers on Mechanical and Physical Subjects, 1. köide

O. Reynolds - 1900
...than the others, and will consequently overtake those immediately beneath them ; with these they may combine so as to form still larger particles, which...them, will add to their size at an increasing rate. Under such circumstances, therefore, the cloud would be converted into rain or hail, according as the...
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Nature, 17. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1878
...overtake those immediately beneath them, and, combining with these, form still larger particles, which move with greater velocity, and more quickly overtaking the particles in front of them, add to their size at an increasing rate. He also showed that the shape and structure of ordinary hailstones...
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