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The first of these groups of properties may be called dynamical; the others, chemical.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
We are indebted to Professor Purser of Belfast for having indicated the true dynamical principle on which the problem depends.
TIME AND TIDEROBERT S. (ROBERT STAWELL) BALL
Dynamical instability corresponds with the maximum of energy, and dynamical stability to the minimum of energy.
TIME AND TIDEROBERT S. (ROBERT STAWELL) BALL
It is the force of inertia--the resistance which all matter opposes to a dynamical force exerted to put it in motion.
I wish to make it entirely clear, that in the dynamical sense of the term "force," there is no such thing as centrifugal force.
The cell was for Schwann not a morphological concept at all, but a physiological; the cell was a dynamical, not a statical unit.
FORM AND FUNCTIONE. S. (EDWARD STUART) RUSSELL
When it flows in an open channel with free upper surface, the section depends on the velocity due to the dynamical conditions.
Others, again, look upon them as morphological expressions of chemical and dynamical energy in the protoplasm of the cell body.
The dynamical theory asserts, that, as they are both modes of motion, they must be mutually and easily convertible.
They were particularly influenced by the electro-dynamical investigations of Heinrich Hertz.

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