Matters

Author: Gillie Cunningham
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Elementary Matters completes the four-part Matters series. It builds on the approach already established in the series, whilst introducing features specially designed for elementary/false beginner learners.

Structure And Dynamics Of Elementary Matter

Author: Walter Greiner
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As a last, important step in our attempt to understand the onset and origin of
grand canonical behaviour we shall demonstrate now that it is neither the
participant number nor the mere volume of the fireball by itself that matters (recall
Fig.2). To this end we show in Fig.10 (left column) the data of Fig.9 confronted
with the results of minimum bias PbPb collisions at similar energy. They exhibit a
strikingly different, smooth ascend with Npart which thus can not be the right
scaling with ...

On The Preservation Of The Health Of Body And Mind

Author: Forbes Winslow
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The elementary matters of which these are composed are constantly being
thrown off from the system, but in a state of combination different from that in
which they existed as a part of the body. The elementary matters which escape
from the system at the various outlets are carbon, azote, hydrogen, oxygen,
phosphorus, and lime. This constant waste must be replaced, either by the
atmosphere which we breathe, or by the food, either solid or liquid, which we take
into the system.

An Essay On The Investigation Of The First Principles Of Nature

Author: Felix O'Gallagher
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three elementary matters, to w//, the inert matter which is void of all powers, the
gravitating matter which is the principle of weight and cohesion, and light which is
the principle of expansion, &c. These elementary matters we have seen, Lect. IV.
& VII, are concretes in all bodies, contextured in various propor-;- tions to be
judged of by the predominant quar lities of each body. The celelVial matter then,
which is the absorbent of light, must in black bodies be in the greatest proportion,
while ...

Eliza Cook S Journal

Author: Eliza Cook
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The following substances are contained in the first division: Fibrine, albumen,
gelatine, mucus, osmazome, and gluten. The second class contains starch, gum
or mucilage, sugar, oil, and fat. The third contains water, various earths, sea-salt,
&c. Tho three principal elementary substances are — tho saccharine, the
oleaginous, and albuminous, which are represented by sugar, butter, and the
white of eggs. Fibrine is very nutritious ; the great mass of the solid matter of the
muscles of ...

New England Farmer

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The soils of this formation are destitute, with very partial exceptions, of calcareous
matter, which is a requisite constituent of a good wheat soil. Among its rocks are
found no gypsum, transition or secondary lime stone, organic remains, or the
elementary matter of the gluten of wheat: And the little which art could furnish is
neglected or wasted. The soil possesses the same character as the rocks from
which it is decounposed. All organized, that is, all vegetable and animal matters,
are ...

The History Of Winnebago County Ill

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The elementary matters which constitute the different kinds of vegetables are
similar, and exist in various proportions both in the soil and in the products of the
soil ; and those elements are so combined as to furnish food for one species of
plants one season, and that peculiar kind of food having been exhausted, the
same species will not nourish on the same soil in successive seasons. Every kind
of plant has its peculiar food adapted to its support, and hence we see the
importance of ...

An Address To The Agriculturists Of The United Kingdom On The Subject Of Ligneous Bituminous And Animal Matters To Be Applied As A Substitute For Stable And Farm Yard Dung Also On A New And Advantageous Preparation To Be Used As Food For Cattle Etc

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The first possesses no ammonia; the latter possesses a considerable portion of
that elementary matter. The albumen of the seed of the plant is employed by
Nature during the germination of the young plant in like manner as the albumen
of the egg in the formation of the skeleton and capillary tubes; and, as soon as
circulation commences, the farina contained in the seed serves as food to
nourish it, until it puts forth its leaves and the roots are formed. This state
corresponds with that of ...

The New England Farmer

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The soils of this formation are destitute, with very partial exceptions, of calcareous
matter, which is a requisite constituent of a good wheat soil. Among its rocks are
found no gypsum, transition or secondary lime stone, organic remains, or the
elementary matter of the gluten of wheat : And the little which art could furnish is
neglected or wasted. The soil possesses the same character as the rocks from
which it is decomposed. All organized, that is, all vegetable and animal matters,
are ...