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" Do not all fixed bodies, when heated beyond a certain degree, emit light and shine, and is not this emission performed by the vibrating motions of their parts? "
Science - Página 73
1888
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The Philosophical Works of the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq ..., Volumen3

Robert Boyle - 1725
...vivid and (bong, as that of a glowingco.il briskly agitated with bellows. " Do not, fays Sir //. Newtm, all fixed " bodies, when heated beyond a certain " degree, emit light and (hiñe ; and is " not this emiffion performed by the " vibrating motion of their parts ? And " do not...
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Philosophical Conversations: Or, A New System of Physics, by Way ..., Volumen1

Regnault (Père, Noël) - 1731 - 88 páginas
...Oil, Tallow, Wax, Wood, Pitch, " Sulphur, &c. by flaming, wafte and vanifh into burning " Smoak. " And do not all fixed Bodies, when heated beyond a certain " Degree, emit Light and fliine ; and is not this Emiflion per" formed by the vibrating Motion of their Parts ? And do not all...
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Memoirs of the chevalier Pierpoint, Volumen3

Pierpoint (chevalier, fict.name.) - 1763
...query of Sir Ifaac Newton will perhaps give us the bell notion of this appearance. " Do not, fays he, all fixed bodies, when heated beyond a certain degree, emit light, and {hine ? And is not this emifiion performed by the vibrating motions of their parts ? And do not all...
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The History of Philosophy: From the Earliest Times to the Beginning of the ...

William Enfield, Johann Jakob Brucker - 1791 - 628 páginas
...figures, or mutually repel and recede from each other. Bodies and light mutually act upon one another. All fixed bodies, when heated beyond a certain degree, emit light, and fhine, and this emiflion is performed by the vibrating motion of their parts. Fire is a body heated...
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General Biography: Or, Lives, Critical and Historical, of the Most ..., Volumen7

John Aikin - 1808
...figures, or mutually repel and recede from each other. Bodies and lighr mutually act upon one another. All fixed bodies, when heated beyond a certain degree, emit light, and shine, and this emission is performed by the vibrating motion of their parts. Fire is a body heated so hot as...
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The History of Philosophy: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Volumen2

William Enfield - 1819
...figures, or mutually repel and recede from each other. Bodies and light mutually act upon one another. All fixed bodies, when heated beyond a certain degree, emit light, and shine, and this emission is performed by the •vibrating motion of their parts. Fire is a body heated so hot...
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Library for the people. (Division 1). The wonders of nature and art ..., Tema 2

Library - 1827
...figures, or mutually repel and recede from each other. Bodies and light mutually act upon one another. All fixed bodies, when heated beyond a certain degree, emit light, and shine, and this emission is performed by the vibrating motion of their parts. Fire is body heated so hot as to...
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A London Encyclopaedia, Or Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature ...

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...the quicksilver, would repel it a little upwards, and make it vibrate a little up and down. Boyle. Do not all fixed bodies, when heated beyond a certain...performed by the vibrating motions of their parts Î Xewtm. The whisper that to greatness still too near, Perhaps, yet vibrates on his sovereign's ear....
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Cyclopadic Science Simplified

John Henry Pepper - 1869 - 685 páginas
...Corpuscular Theory of Light, appears to have entertained the opinion (according to Enficld) that " All fixed bodies, when heated beyond a certain degree, emit light and shine; and this emission is performed by the vibrating motion of their parts." "The heat of a warm room is conveyed...
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Cyclopædic science simplified

John Henry Pepper - 1877
...Corpuscular Theory of Light, appears to have entertained the opinion (according to Enfield) that " All fixed bodies, when heated beyond a certain degree, emit light and shine ; and this emission is performed by the vibrating motion of their parts." " The heat of a warm room is conveyed...
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