... altitudes of barometer be reduced to the same temperature, if it be thought necessary, by correcting either the one or the other, that is, augment the height of the mercury in the colder temperature, or diminish that in the warmer, by its ^Vs- part... Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mechanics ... - Strona 3001819Pełny widok - Informacje o książce
| Charles Hutton - 1807
...diminish that in the warmer, by its •$ 6"0 0. part for every degree of difference of the two. Thirdly. **Take the difference of the common logarithms of the two heights of the barometer,** corrected as above if necessary, cutting off 3 figures next the right hand for decimals, when the log-tables... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1811
...or diminish that in the warmer, by its ^Vs- part for every degree of difference of the two. Thirdly. **Take the difference of the common logarithms of the two heights of the barometer,** corrected as above if necessary, cutting off 3 figures next the right hand for decimals, when the log-tables... | |
| Olinthus Gregory - 1815 - Liczba stron: 58
...the two. The altitudes of mercury so corrected being what we denoted by M and m, in art. 501. III. **Take the difference of the common logarithms of the two heights of the barometer,** corrected as above if necessary, cutting off three figures next the right hand for decimals, the rest... | |
| Great Britain - 1829 - Liczba stron: 346
...temperature or diminish that in the warmer by its W^ part for every degree of difference of the two. 3d. **Take the difference of the common logarithms of the two heights of the barometer,** corrected as above, if necessary, cutting off three figures next the right hand for decimals, when... | |
| Edward Mammatt - 1834
...the height of the mercury in the colder temperature, or diminishing that in the warmer by its 5555 **part for every degree of difference between the two....4. Take the mean of the two detached thermometers** j and for every degree which this differs from 3 1° take so many times the 355 part of the approximate... | |
| William Holl, Neville Wood - 1834
...the table) to the temperatures observed by means of the attached thermometer, at these two stations. **3. Take the difference of the common logarithms of...numbers — which will give an approximate height** in fathoms. 4. Find the mean of the two temperatures observed by the detached thermometer, in the shade,... | |
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