Tidal Friction and Ice Ages

C. E. P. BROOKS
1914 Nature  
NATURE [NOVEMBER 5, r914 part of a flame, must have great influence over the combinations there taking place" (656). The last sentence is interesting in connection with the work of Prof. Bone on surface combustion. It is, perhaps, rather to be wondered at, since Faraday had gone so far in the interpretation of the phenomena, that he did not take the further step and bring them into relation with surface tension, to which Thomas Young had already directed attention.
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