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" Fahrenheit's ther69 mometer — could have been furnished by so inconsiderable a quantity of metallic dust, and this merely in consequence of a change in its capacity for heat... "
Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion: Being a Course of Twelve Lectures ... - Página 71
por John Tyndall - 1863 - 480 páginas
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Readings in Natural Philosophy: Or, A Popular Display of the Wonders of ...

Sir Richard Phillips - 1830 - 700 páginas
...have been capable of melting 6J Ibs. of ice, or of causing near 5 Ibs. of ice-cold water to boil,) could have been furnished by so inconsiderable a quantity...dust ? and this merely in consequence of a change of its capa.ci.ty for heat ? . . . Experiment 2. — The result of this beautiful experiment was very...
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The Mechanics' Magazine and Journal of Engineering, Agricultural ..., Volumen75

1861
...have been capable of melting 6J pounds of ice, or of cansing near 5 pounds of ieed-cold water to boil) could have been furnished by so inconsiderable a quantity...dust — and this merely in consequence of a change of its capacity for heat? As the weight of this dust (837 grains troy) amounted to no more than l-948th...
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Heat considered as a mode of motion: 12 lects

1863 - 480 páginas
...the temperature of above 113 pounds of gun metal at least 70 degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer — could have been furnished by so inconsiderable a quantity...consequence of a change in its capacity for heat'? RUMFORD'S EXPERIMENTS. r,5 ' But without insisting on the improbability of this supposition, we have...
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The correlation and conservation of forces

Edward L. youmans - 1865
...quantity which actually raised the temperature of upward of 118 pounds of gun metal 'at least. 70°, could have been furnished' by so inconsiderable a...dust, and this merely in consequence of a change in the capacity for heat? " To measure more precisely the heat produced, lie next surrounded 'Ms' cylinder...
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The Correlation and Conservation of Forces: A Series of Expositions, by Prof ...

Edward Livingston Youmans - 1865 - 438 páginas
...the temperature of upward of 118 pounds of gun metal at least 70°, could have been furnished hy go inconsiderable a quantity of metallic dust, and this merely in consequence of a change in the capacity for heat? " To measure more precisely the heat produced, he next surrounded his cylinder...
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Elements of Sound: Light, and Heat

William James Rolfe - 1868 - 301 páginas
...quantity which actually raised the temperature of 113 pounds of gunmetal at least 70° Fahrenheit — could have been furnished by so inconsiderable a quantity...consequence of a change in its capacity for heat ? " But he found by careful experiment that the capacity of the metal for heat was changed very slightly, if...
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The Complete Works of Count Rumford, Volumen1

Benjamin Graf von Rumford - 1870
...would have been capable of melting 6£ lb. of ice, or of causing near 5 lb. of ice-cold water to boil) could have been furnished by so inconsiderable a quantity...dust ? and this merely in consequence of a change of its capacity for Heat ? As the weight of this dust (837 grains, Troy) amounted to no more than .g^th...
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Memoir of Sir Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford: With Notices of His Daughter

George Edward Ellis - 1871 - 680 páginas
...of melting six and a half pounds of ice, or of causing near five pounds of ice-cold water to boil) could have been furnished by so inconsiderable a quantity...metallic dust, and this merely in consequence of a change of its capacity for Heat ? " The weight of the metallic dust was no more than -$\^ part of that of...
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Heat a Mode of Motion

John Tyndall - 1890 - 591 páginas
...temperature of above 1 1 3 pounds of gun-metal at least 70 degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer — could have been furnished by so inconsiderable a quantity...purpose of ascertaining that fact, the capacity for beat of the metal of which great guns are cast is not sen' sihly changed by being reduced to the form...
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Heat a Mode of Motion

John Tyndall - 1890 - 591 páginas
...the temperature of above 113 pounds of gun-metal at least 70 degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer — could have been furnished by so inconsiderable a quantity...in its capacity for heat ? But, without insisting ou the improbability of this supposition, we have only to recollect that from the results of actual...
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