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Take up a heavy iron cannon-ball: this ball is composed of invisible molecules which do not touch each other.
URANIACAMILLE FLAMMARION
What becomes of the invisible and intangible molecules which have composed our body during life?
URANIACAMILLE FLAMMARION
The more concentrated the solution, the more frequent the collisions between the dissolved molecules must be.
THE ELEMENTS OF QUALITATIVE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, VOL. 1, PARTS 1 AND 2.JULIUS STIEGLITZ
This result agrees with the conception that two molecules of ammonia combine with one silver ion to form a complex ion.
THE ELEMENTS OF QUALITATIVE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, VOL. 1, PARTS 1 AND 2.JULIUS STIEGLITZ
On the other hand, total division must imply mutual destruction (because their molecules would lose all magnitude whatever).
PLOTINOS: COMPLETE WORKS, V. 3PLOTINOS (PLOTINUS)
All we have to do is cause the molecules to move in a direction opposite to the rotation.
ISLANDS OF SPACEJOHN W CAMPBELL
"Heat is the vibration of molecules of matter," the professor began.
THE FIRE PEOPLERAY CUMMINGS
Naturally, the greater the density of the gas, and the greater the velocity of the molecules, the greater is the pressure.
INVENTIONBRADLEY A. FISKE
A change has taken place in the molecules of the wire that is not visible, is noiseless, and that has traveled along the wire.
STEAM STEEL AND ELECTRICITYJAMES W. STEELE
Non-conductors are those whose molecules only acquire this power under great pressure.
STEAM STEEL AND ELECTRICITYJAMES W. STEELE

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