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1883, ''The Electrical Journal'', page 501:
- ... the two plates of platinum immersed in oxygen and hydrogen gases
1841, William Rhind, ''A history of the vegetable kingdom'', page 110:
- Even after the process of germination has taken place, if the young plant be immersed in an atmosphere of either of those gases and nitrogen, vegetation and life will immediately cease.
1955, George Shortley, Dudley Williams, ''Elements of Physics for Students of Science and Engineering''
- The buoyant force of the atmospheric air on solids and liquids immersed in it is for most purposes negligible compared to the weight of solid or liquid, ...
''Archimedes determined the volume of objects by immersing them in water.''
To involve or engage deeply.
''The sculptor immersed himself in anatomic studies.''
2002, Kari Jormakka, ''Flying Dutchmen: Motion in Architecture'' (page 40)
- Thus, in mathematical terms a Klein bottle cannot be "embedded" but only "immersed" in three dimensions as an embedding has no self-intersections but an immersion may have them.
Immersed; buried; sunk.
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