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" ... if there was no dust there would be no fogs, no clouds, no mists, and probably no rain, and that the supersaturated air would convert every object on the surface of the earth into a condenser on which it would... "
A History of Physics in Its Elementary Branches: Including the Evolution of ... - 205. lappuse
autors: Florian Cajori - 1899 - 322 lapas
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Proceedings, 11. sējums

Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1882
...they are heavy and fall like fine rain. The conclusions drawn from these experiments are — 1st, That whenever water vapour condenses in the atmosphere it always does so on some solid nucleus ; 2d, that dust-particles in the air form the nuclei on which the vapour condenses ; 3d, that if there...
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Nature, 23. sējums

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1881
...they are heavy and fall like fine rain. The conclusions drawn from these experiments are : (i) that whenever water vapour condenses in the atmosphere it always does so on some solid nucleus ; (2) that dust-particles in the air form the nuclei on which the vapour condenses ; (3) that if there...
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The Scientific Proceedings of the Royal Dublin Society, 9. sējums

Royal Dublin Society - 1902
...on Dust, Fogs, and Clouds1, led him to the conclusions which here follow : — first, that wherever water vapour condenses in the atmosphere, it always does so on some solid nucleus ; secondly, that dust particles in the air form the nucleus on which vapour condenses.2 The sources...
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Nature, 23. sējums

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1881
...they are heavy and fall like fine rain. The conclusions drawn from these experiments are : (i) that whenever water vapour condenses in the atmosphere it always does so on some solid nucleus ; (2) that dust-particles in the air form the nuclei on which the vapour condenses ; (3) that if there...
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Outlines of elementary physiography

George Thom (principal of Dollar inst.) - 1881
...particle, but remain uncondensed. From a series of experiments, the conclusions drawn were— 1. That whenever water vapour condenses in the atmosphere, it always does so on some solid nucleus. 2. That if there were no dust there would be no fogs, no clouds, no mist, and probably no rain, and...
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, 24. sējums

1881
...fall like fine rain. The conclusions drawn from these experiments are: (1) that whenever water vapor condenses in the atmosphere it always does so on some solid nucleus ; (2) that dust particles in the air form the nuclei on which the vapor condenses; (3) that if there...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 19. sējums

1881
...filtered. From these and other similar experiments, Mr. Aitken has concluded that, whenever water-vapor condenses in the atmosphere, it always does so on some solid nucleus ; that dust-particles in the air form such nuclei ; that if there were no dust, there would be no fogs,...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1881
...appeared. From these and similar experiments the author concludes : 1st, that whenever water vapor condenses in the atmosphere it always does so on some solid nucleus ; 2d, that dust-particles in the air form the nuclei on which the vapor condenses ; 3d, that if there...
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The American Journal of Science

1881
...however, no cloudiness was perceived. It was concluded from these experiments: (1) Whenever water vapor condenses in the atmosphere it always does so on some solid nucleus ; (2) that dust particles in the air form the nuclei on which the vapor condenses ; (3) that if there...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 8. sējums

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) - 1882
...Dust, Fogs, and Clouds, by John Aitken. 2 papers (9 pp.). From experiments, the author shows : 1, that whenever water vapour condenses in the atmosphere it always does so on some solid nucleus ; 2, that dost particles in the air form the nuclei on which the vapour condenses ; 3, that if there...
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