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" I gladly avail myself of the present opportunity to offer it to yon, as nearly as possible, in his own words : — " An immense number of consequences may be logically derived from the following proposition, the proof of which I shall furnish presently,... "
The Mining and Smelting Magazine - Seite 178
1862
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Journal of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland

Royal Geological Society of Ireland - 1862
...understood, that I gladly avail myself of the present opportunity to offer it to yon, as nearly as possible, in his own words : — " An immense number of consequences...definite position. " The Upper Magma, which is rich in silica, and poor in earthy bases and oxides of iron, possesses the least specific gravity ; and in...
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Journal of the Geological Society of Dublin, Band 9

1862
...understood, that I gladly avail myself of the present opportunity to offer it to yon, as nearly as possible, in his own words : — " An immense number of consequences...definite position. " The Upper Magma, which is rich in silica, and poor in earthy bases and oxides of iron, possesses the least specific gravity ; and in...
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Manual of Geology

Samuel Haughton - 1865 - 360 Seiten
...me to agree perfectly with geological observations. All Igneous Socks derived from Two Magmas. — An immense number of consequences may be logically...which coexist below the solid crust of the globe, and oceupy there each a definite position. These two Magmas have undergone hut slight changes of composition...
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Manual of geology

Samuel Haughton - 1866 - 415 Seiten
...me to agree perfectly with geological observations. All Igncous Eocks derived from Two Magmas. — An immense number of consequences may be logically...igneous rocks, modern and ancient, were produced by tico Magmas, which cocxist below the solid crust of the globe, and occupy there each a definite position....
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Manual of Geology

Samuel Haughton - 1866 - 415 Seiten
...me to agree perfectly with geological observations. .4W Igneous Bocks derived from Two Magmas. — An immense number of consequences may be logically...all igneous rocks, modern and ancient, were produced ly two Magmas, which coexist below the solid crust of the globe, and occupy there each a definite position....
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British Petrography: With Special Reference to the Igneous Rocks

Jethro Justinian Harms Teall - 1888 - 469 Seiten
...theory that the igneous products of all ages have been derived from " two magmas which co-exist beneath the solid crust of the globe and occupy there each a definite position." The terms acid and basic were given to these two magmas, and their average compositions were supposed to...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1903
...on Comparative Petrology, maintained "that all igneous rocks, modern and ancient, were derived from two magmas which coexist below the solid crust of...globe, and occupy there each a definite position." His two magmas — basic and acid — do not differ materially from those of Bunsen, and his idea of...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1903
...on Comparative Petrology, maintained ''that all igneous rocks, modern and ancient, were derived from two magmas which coexist below the solid crust of...globe, and occupy there each a definite position.'' His two magmas- Iwsic and acid — do not differ materially from those of Bunsen, and his idea of their...
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