Definition of Harmonic law
1. Noun. A law stating that the ratio of the square of the revolutionary period (in years) to the cube of the orbital axis (in astronomical units) is the same for all planets.
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Literary usage of Harmonic law
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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1883)
"Such doublets or triplets are often repeated several times in the spectrum; yet, though we might expect, if the harmonic law was true, to find some simple ..."
2. Aural Harmony by Franklin Whitman Robinson (1918)
"The harmonic progression of a triad establishes the harmonic law of a key. Non-harmonic progression of a triad does not determine (or ..."
3. Handbook of astronomy by Dionysius Lardner (1867)
"We shall then, according to the harmonic law, hav» from which we- obtain PJ=D». ... harmonic law deduced from the lav of gravitation. ..."
4. Chemical Technology, Or, Chemistry in Its Applications to Arts and Manufactures by Charles Edward Groves, William Thorp, Friedrich Ludwig Knapp, Thomas Richardson, Edmund Ronalds, Henry Watts, William Joseph Dibdin (1903)
"The assumption of the harmonic law is generally sufficient for all ... It appears that a modification of the harmonic law for the electromotive force in the ..."