Electrons travel through the partial vacuum inside the tube, flowing from the filament to the positively charged plate.
The pressure is then allowed to escape and a partial vacuum created in the apparatus.
A partial vacuum, therefore, exists within the cup, and the pressure of the external air forces the juice into it.
It must be that our repellers have set up a partial vacuum by repelling even the air!
Papin suggested in 1695 a partial vacuum under a piston for raising water, so as to make the pressure of the air the moving power.
The water of the basin will rush into the bottle to fill the partial vacuum created by the disappearance of the oxygen.
What is meant by a partial vacuum being made, at the bottom of the room?
This latter creates a partial vacuum in the beater chamber by blowing the air out of certain air exit trunks specially provided.
Thus when the air on the floor ascends to the ceiling, a partial vacuum is made on the floor.
Matilda Danner turned the leaves of the Bible and meditated in a partial vacuum of day-dreams.