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For the most part, a touch at the surface will trigger a response in a Pacinian receptor deep in the skin if the ratio is 5-to-2 between the length of the Rayleigh waves resulting from the touch and the depth of the receptor.
Rolling-type waves called Rayleigh waves go deep enough to reach the Pacinian receptors, the team reported last October in Science Advances.
Argon, ar′gon, n. a constituent element of our atmosphere, discovered in 1894 by Rayleigh and Ramsay.
The news that Rayleigh and Hockley had also been abandoned by the enemy came in shortly afterwards.The Invasion|William Le Queux
George had also the advantage of knowing Lord Rayleigh at Cambridge, and retained his friendship through his life.Rustic Sounds|Francis Darwin
Eggs are also sent to the Rayleigh Dairies in vast quantities.The Danes in Lancashire and Yorkshire|S. W. Partington
To Rayleigh, however, such a procedure was inadmissible, and he sought for an explanation of his results.