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On Dust, Fogs, and Clouds1

Nature volume 23, pages 195197 | Download Citation



DUST, fogs, and clouds seem to have but little connection with each other, and we might think they could be better treated of under two separate and distinct heads. Yet I think we shall presently see that they are more closely related than might at first sight appear, and that dust is the germ of which fogs and clouds are the developed phenomena.

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