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" Archimedean theorem, that when a solid body is immersed in a liquid, it loses a portion of its weight, equal to the weight of the fluid which it displaces or to the weight of its own bulk of the liquid. "
The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ... - Strona 122
1869
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A Preliminary Discourse on the Study of Natural Philosophy

John Frederick William Herschel - 1831 - Liczba stron: 372
...towards a knowledge of them were made by Archimedes, who established the general fact, that a solid immersed in a liquid loses a portion of its weight equal to that of the liquid it displaces. It seems very astonishing, after this, that it should not have been...
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History of natural philosophy from the earliest periods to the present day

B. Powell - 1834
...the philosopher of Syracuse. He unquestionably established the general law, that a solid body, when immersed in a liquid, loses a portion of its weight equal to that of the liquid it displaces. It has been remarked, in the " Introductory Essay on the Study of...
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Parallel universal history, an outline of the history and biography of the ...

Philip Alexander Prince - 1838
...we owe the discovery of the principal laws of hydrostatics ; and he proved that a solid body, when immersed in a liquid, loses a portion of its weight equal to that of the liquid it displaces. The latter fact was demonstrated to the philosopher when he observed...
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First Lines of Natural Philosophy, Divested of Mathematical Formulae: Being ...

Reynell Coates - 1846 - Liczba stron: 402
...heavier or lighter than the liquid. Let us give it this general expression : Any body immersed in any liquid loses a portion of its weight equal to the weight of a similar bulk of that liquid. 503. This rule would be equally applicable, even were liquids obviously...
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Elements of Natural Philosophy ...

Alonzo Gray - 1850 - Liczba stron: 405
...capacity ; and also that the surface of a liquid at rest is always level. IV. A body immersed in any liquid loses a portion of its weight equal to the weight of the liquid displaced, and hence by weighing bodies in air and tlien in water, their relative weights or specific...
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Order of Reference of the Supreme Court of the United States: In the Case of ...

1851 - Liczba stron: 720
...fluids. To illustrate, I take the case of a solid and a liquid ; when a solid is immersed in a liquid, it loses a portion of its weight, equal to the weight of the displaced liquid. If the density of the solid be the same as that of the liquid, they will have for...
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Reading lessons, ed. by E. Hughes, Księga 2

Edward Hughes - 1855
...the principle of Archimedes, namely, that a body immersed in a liquid NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. [Tyndall. loses a portion of its weight equal to the weight of the quantity of liquid which it displaces. 12. If what I have here stated should be found difficult to...
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A Manual of Practical Assaying

John Mitchell (F.C.S.), William Crookes - 1868 - Liczba stron: 697
...nothing but an application of the Archimedean theorem, that when a solid body is immersed in a liquid, it loses a portion of its weight, equal to the weight of the fluid which it displaces or to the weight of its own bulk of the liquid. This is precisely the principle...
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A Manual of Practical Assaying

John Mitchell (F.C.S.), William Crookes - 1868 - Liczba stron: 697
...nothing but an application of the Archimedean theorem, that when a solid body is immersed in a liquid, it loses a portion of its weight, equal to the weight of the fluid which it displaces or to the weight of its own bulk of the liquid. This is precisely the principle...
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A Manual of Practical Assaying

John Mitchell (F.C.S.), William Crookes - 1868 - Liczba stron: 697
...nothing but an application of the Archimedean theorem, that when a solid body is immersed in a liquid, it loses a portion of its weight, equal to the weight of the fluid which it displaces or to the weight of its own bulk of the liquid. This is precisely the principle...
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