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" ... in some places, or, at all events, it may be held up by the viscidity of the liquid; until it has acquired some considerable thickness sufficient to allow gravity to manifest its claim, and sink the heavier solid below the lighter liquid. This process... "
Philosophical Magazine: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Applied ... - Pàgina 14
1863
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Treatise on Natural Philosophy, Volum 1

William Thomson Baron Kelvin, Peter Guthrie Tait - 1867 - 727 pàgines
...gravity to manifest its claim, aii«l sink the heavier solid below the lighter liquid. This proof— must go on until the sunk portions of crust build up from the bottom a sufficiently close ribbed solid skeleton or frame, to allow fresh incrustations to remain bridging across the now...
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The North British Review, Volums 50-51

1869
...may have r. taincd from tlie eballhlm or Uie liquid in s >me places, or, at all evems, it maybe hell up by the viscidity of the liquid, until it has acquired some considerable thickness Miftioient, to allow gravity to manifest its claim, and sink the beavier solid below the lighter liqniit....
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volum 13

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1876
...thickness of a few metres when the surface would be cool and the whole solid dense enough to sink. " This process must go on until the sunk portions of...build up from the bottom a sufficiently closeribbed skeleton or frame, to allow fresh incrustations to remain bridging across the now small areas of lava...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volum 46

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1877
...attempt to prove that they are of marine origin, Transactions of the Boyal Society for Feb. 1830, p. 81. on until the sunk portions of crust build up from the bottom a sufficiently cloaeribbed skeleton or frame to allow fresh incrustations to remain, bridging aeróse the now small...
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Treatise on Natural Philosophy, Volum 1,Edició 2

William Thomson Baron Kelvin, Peter Guthrie Tait - 1883
...incrustation at the surface must commence. (ee.) It is probable that crust may thus form over wide extents of surface, and may be temporarily buoyed up by the...sunk portions of crust build up from the bottom a sufliciently close ribbed solid skeleton or frame, to allow fresh incrustations to remain bridging...
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Mathematical and Physical Papers, Volum 3

William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1890
...Britiih Attociatio* Report for 1847. 31. It is probable that crust may thus form over wide extents of surface, and may be temporarily buoyed up by the...portions of crust build up from the bottom a sufficiently close ribbed solid skeleton or frame, to allow fresh incrustations to remain bridging across the now...
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Mathematical and Physical Papers: Elasticity, heat, electro-magnetism; IV ...

William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1890
...Action," Britith Association Heportjor 1847. 31. It is probable that crust may thus form over wide extents of surface, and may be temporarily buoyed up by the...portions of crust build up from the bottom a sufficiently close ribbed solid skeleton or frame, to allow fresh incrustations to remain bridging across the now...
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MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL PAPERS

SIR WILLIAM THOMSON, LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. - 1890
...thicknesses of a few metres, when the surface would be cool and the whole solid dense enough to sink. " This process must go on until the sunk portions of...build up from the bottom a sufficiently close-ribbed skeleton or frame to allow fresh incrustations to remain, bridging across the now small areas of lava...
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Popular Lectures and Addresses, Volum 2

William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1894
...thicknesses of a few metres, when the surface would be cool and the whole solid dense enough to sink. " This process must go on until the sunk portions of...build up from the bottom a sufficiently close-ribbed skeleton or frame to allow fresh incrustations to remain, bridging across the now small areas of lava...
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Energy and Empire: A Biographical Study of Lord Kelvin

Crosbie Smith, M. Norton Wise - 1989 - 866 pàgines
...below the lighter liquid, which in turn would solidify. The process would continue, Thomson argued, 'until the sunk portions of crust build up from the...incrustations to remain bridging across the now small area of lava pools or lakes'. The result, then, was the formation of a honeycombed solid and liquid...
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