La radiazione penetrante alla superficie ed in seno alle acque

@article{PaciniLaRP,
  title={La radiazione penetrante alla superficie ed in seno alle acque},
  author={D. Pacini},
  journal={Il Nuovo Cimento (1911-1923)},
  volume={3},
  pages={93-100}
}
  • D. Pacini
  • Published 1 December 1912
  • Physics
  • Il Nuovo Cimento (1911-1923)
Le osservazioni eseguite sul mare nel 1910 1) mi eoaducevano a concludere the una parte non traseurabile della radiazione penetrante che si riscontra nell' aria, avesse origine indipendente dall' azione diretta delle sostanze at t i re contenute negli strati sut)eriori della crosta terrestre. Riferirb era sopra ulteriori esperienze che confermano quella conclusione. I risultati precedentemente ottenuti indicavaao esister% sulla superficie del mare, dove non ~ pifi sensibile l 'azione del… 
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