# Isaac Newton

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- Chapter 4: Balloons: Elastic Bags of Air. Shevick, Edward // Air Science: Active Science with Air (Science Action Labs);1998, p11
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Chapter 7 of the book "Science Action Labs," by Edward Shevick is presented. It provides the lectures of physicist and mathematician Isaac Newton on air pressure. It mentions that the pressure at the Earth's sea level surface is around 15 pounds on every square inch. An experiment of how the...