John Tyndall Quote

The term Physics, as made use of in the present Lecture, refers to that portion of natural science which lies midway between astronomy and chemistry. The former, indeed, is Physics applied to 'masses of enormous weight,' while the latter is Physics applied to atoms and molecules.


Fragments of Science: A Series of Detached Essays, Addresses, and, Reviews (Volume 1), Chapter XI (p. 282)

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The term Physics, as made use of in the present Lecture, refers to that portion of natural science which lies midway between astronomy and chemistry. ...

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The term Physics, as made use of in the present Lecture, refers to that portion of natural science which lies midway between astronomy and chemistry. ...

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The term Physics, as made use of in the present Lecture, refers to that portion of natural science which lies midway between astronomy and chemistry. ...

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The term Physics, as made use of in the present Lecture, refers to that portion of natural science which lies midway between astronomy and chemistry. ...