Atomicity



the number of atoms in a molecule of a gas.
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It is even more strange that it may now be said of energy that there are signs of atomicity.
Recent Developments in European Thought Various

Now what is Dr. Larmor’s opinion as to the atomicity of electricity?
Aether and Gravitation William George Hooper

Again, Dr. Larmor, in the same work, states that “the atomicity of electricity is coming within the scope of direct experiment.”
Aether and Gravitation William George Hooper

So that the most recent researches into electricity confirm and establish the atomicity of the Aether.
Aether and Gravitation William George Hooper

Apart, however, from the atomicity of the Aether, it is exceedingly difficult to understand how such a property can belong to it.
Aether and Gravitation William George Hooper

The harmonizing of the two theories, therefore, seems to rest upon the atomicity or non-atomicity of the Aether.
Aether and Gravitation William George Hooper

noun
the state of being made up of atoms
the number of atoms in the molecules of an element
a less common name for valency

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