This shows that ∫ε0 (χ − χ0)ρdν must be negative for water in contact with glass.
In the native words “x” should be given the sound of the Greek χ.
The faulty representation of the Greek χ has given rise to a faulty representation of the Greek κ, as in ascetic, from ἀσκήτικος.
At χ the mixture of all Colours but violet and indigo will compound a faint yellow, verging more to green than to orange.
Finally the tube, χ, carries at its extremity a whistle that debouches in the body of a bird filled with water.
Again, with reference to χ Cygni, he says, “The stars here also are remarkably uniform in size.”
Both ρ and χ are functions of z, the value of which remains the same when z − c is substituted for z.
The local alphabet has no separate symbols for χ and φ, and these sounds are therefore written with κ and π.
But as χ descends to the 11th magnitude at its minimum the observer must not always expect to find it very easily.
Thus the Romans, when they would express the sound of the Greek θ and of χ, for want of suitable characters, wrote th and ch.
22nd letter of the Greek alphabet, representing a -kh- sound (see ch). The letter is shaped like an X, and so the Greek letter name was used figuratively to signify such a shape or arrangement (e.g. khiasma "two things placed crosswise;" khiastos "arranged diagonally; marked with an X;" khiazein "to mark with an 'X', to write the letter 'X'"). Some dialects used chi to represent the -ks- sound properly belonging to xi; Latin picked this up and the sound value of chi in Latin-derived alphabets is now that of English X.
The Greek letter chi. Entries beginning with this letter are alphabetized under chi.
chi or khi (kī)
Symbol χ The 22nd letter of the Greek alphabet.
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