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On the various forces of nature and their relations to each other.djvu

 

CONTENTS.

 
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  1. LECTURE I.
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  3. THE FORCE OF GRAVITATION,
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    13
  4.  
    LECTURE II.
     
  5. GRAVITATION—COHESION,
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    44
  6.  
    LECTURE III.
     
  7. COHESION—CHEMICAL AFFINITY,
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    72
  8.  
    LECTURE IV.
     
  9. CHEMICAL AFFINITY—HEAT,
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    99
  10.  
    LECTURE V.
     
  11. MAGNETISM—ELECTRICITY,
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    122
  12.  
    LECTURE VI.
     
  13. THE CORRELATION OF THE PHYSICAL FORCES,
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    147
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    173
  16.  
    NOTES,
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    195