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### Definition of Sphericities

**1.** sphericity [n] - See also: sphericity

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### Literary usage of Sphericities

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *The Philosophy of Physics: Or, Process of Creative Development by which the* by Andrew Brown (1854)

"... would be spherical in the aggregate of their infinite series of molecular
**sphericities**, and they would be very far removed from any disturbances ..."**2.** *An Introduction to Natural Philosophy: Designed as a Text-book for the Use* by Denison Olmsted, Ebenezer Strong Snell (1882)

"... takes the form of a crescent, and has the effect of a convex lens whose
convexity is equal to the difference between the **sphericities** of the two sides. ..."**3.** *An Introduction to Natural Philosophy: Designed as a Textbook in Physics for* by Denison Olmsted, Ebenezer Strong Snell, Rodney Glentwork Kimball, Samuel Sheldon (1891)

"... takes the form of a crescent, and has the effect of a convex lens whose
convexity is equal to the difference between the **sphericities** of the two sides. ..."**4.** *An Introduction to Natural Philosophy: Designed as a Text Book, for the Use* by Denison Olmsted (1832)

"... takes the form of a crescent, and has the effect of a convex lens whose
convexity is equal to the difference between the **sphericities** of the two sides. ..."**5.** *An Introduction to Natural Philosophy: Designed as a Text-book for the Use* by Denison Olmsted (1870)

"... and has the effect of a convex lens whose convexity is equal to the difference
between the **sphericities** ' of the two sides. A concavo-convex lens (F) is ..."**6.** *An Introduction to Natural Philosophy: Designed as a Text-book, for the Use* by Denison Olmsted (1854)

"... takes the form of a crescent, and has the effect of a convex lens whose
convexity is equal to the difference between the **sphericities** of the two sides. ..."**7.** *Recreations in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy* by Jacques Ozanam, Jean Etienne Montucla (1814)

"If the sphericity on the one side be as in the preceding case, we must say, by
applying the general rule : as the sum of the radii of the two **sphericities**, ..."**8.** *Recreations in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy* by Jacques Ozanam, Jean Etienne Montucla (1814)

"If the sphericity on the one side be as in the preceding case, we must say, by
applying the general rule: as the sum of the radii of the two **sphericities**, ..."