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" Fahr. below zero ; the density is .03573 ; and the atmosphere ceases altogether at a height of 22.35 miles. M. Biot has verified a calculation of Lambert, who found, from the phenomena of twilight, the altitude of the atmosphere to be about eighteen miles.... "
The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art - Page 160
1852
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The Living Age, Volume 19

1848
...Fahr. below zero ; the density is .03573 ; and the atmosphere ceases altogether at a height of 32.35 miles. M. Biot has verified a calculation of Lambert,...very different, and extends to a much greater height. 1. Chemistry and Natural Theology, 2. The True English Summer, 3. News of the Week, 4. Madame Pfeitler,...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 19

1848
...Fahr, below zero ; the density is .03573 ; and the atmosphere ceases altogether at a height of 23.35 miles. M. Biot has verified a calculation of Lambert,...very different, and extends to a much greater height. 1. Chemistry and Natural Theology, 2. The True EnulUh Summer, 3. News of the Week, •1. Madame Pfeilier,...
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Sharpe's London magazine, a journal of entertainment and ..., Volumes 7-8

Anna Maria Hall - 1848
...below zero; the density is .03573; "and the atmosphere ceases altogether at a height of 22.35milcs. M. Biot has verified a calculation of Lambert, who...very different, and extends to a much greater height. GEOLOGICAL CHANGES. — PAST AND PRESENT. All the researches of modern Geology seem to prove that nothing...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 44

Science - 1848
...from the phenomena of twilight, the altitude of the atmosphere to be about 18 miles. The constitution of the higher regions of the atmosphere, according...very different, and extends to a much greater height. See p. 3, of the •Supplement to my Treatise on the Heat of Vapours, where I have given a table, shewing...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 44

Geology - 1848
...from the phenomena of twilight, the altitude of the atmosphere to bo about 18 miles. The constitution of the higher regions of the atmosphere, according...adopted by Ivory is very different, and extends to a muoh greater height. See p. 3, of the Supplement to my Treatise on tho Heat of Vapours, where I have...
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Sharpe's London Magazine of Entertainment and Instruction, for ..., Volume 7

1848
...atmosphere to be about eighteen miles. The eondition of the higher regions of the atmosphere, aeeording to the hypothesis adopted by Ivory, is very different, and extends to a mueh greater height. GEOLOGICAL CHANGES. — PAST AND PRESENT. All the researehes of modern Geology...
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Sharpe's London Magazine, Volume 7

English literature - 1848
...atmosphere to be about eighteen miles. The eondition of the higher regions of the atmosphere, aeeording to the hypothesis adopted by Ivory, is very different, and extends to a mueh greater height. GEOLOGICAL CHANGES. — PA8T AND PRESENT. All the researehes of modern Geology...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - Science - 1849
...atmosphere to be about eighteen miles. The eonstitution of the higher regions of the atmosphere, aeeording to the hypothesis adopted by Ivory, is very different, and extends to a mueh greater height. See p. 3 of the Supplement to Sir John's Treatise on the Heat of Vapours, where...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volume 3

Industrial arts - 1852
...to any sort of barometer as yet produced. To form a thermometer the same shaped metal is employed ; or if for indicating the temperature of liquids, the...so that that uniformity may be as well understood as the uniformity of language or numeration. Suppose two metallic surfaces, by friction, or otherwise,...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volume 3

Industrial arts - 1852
...of watchfulness may peril the safety of the vessel. HEIGHT OF THE ATMOSPHERE. SIR JOHN W. LCBBOCE, according to the hypothesis adopted by him in his...very different, and extends to a much greater height. MICROMETRIO APPARATUS. ONE of the most original contributions to the " Great Exhibition," was the so-called...
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