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" From this experiment it is evident that ice by friction is converted into water, and according to the supposition its capacity is diminished; but it is a well-known fact, that the capacity of water for heat is much greater than that of ice; and ice must... "
Treatise on Thermodynamics - 17 ページ
Peter Alexander 著 - 1892 - 203 ページ
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Contributions to Physical and Medical Knowledge: Principally from the West ...

Thomas Beddoes - 1799 - 596 ページ
...experiment. water, and according to the fuppofition its capacity is diminifhed ; but it is a well known fact, that the capacity of water for heat is much greater than that of ice ; and ice muft have an abfolute quantity of heat added to it, before it can be converted into water. Friction...

The New Englander, 第 23 巻

1864 - 752 ページ
...minutes, when the ice was almost entirely converted into water, having a temperature of 35 degrees. Now the capacity of water for heat is much greater than...added to it before it can be converted into water. Hence it is concluded that heat is a kind of molecular motion, and that this motion may be generated...

Heat considered as a mode of motion: 12 lects

John Tyndall - 1863 - 538 ページ
...water, and according to the supposition, its capacity is diminished ; but it is a well-known fact, that the capacity of water for heat is much greater...water. Friction consequently does not diminish the capacities of bodies for heat. From this experiment it is likewise evident, that the increase of temperature...

Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion: Being a Course of Twelve Lectures ...

John Tyndall - 1863 - 500 ページ
...water, and according to the supposition, its capacity is diminished ; but it is a well-known fact, that the capacity of water for heat is much greater...water. Friction consequently does not diminish the capacities of bodies for heat. From this experiment it is likewise evident, that the increase of temperature...

Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion: Being a Course of Twelve Lectures ...

John Tyndall - 1866 - 492 ページ
...water, and according to the supposition, its capacity is diminished ; but it is a well-known fact, that the capacity of water for heat is much greater...water. Friction consequently does not diminish the capacities of bodies for heat. From this experiment it is likewise evident, that the increase, of temperature...

The Southern Review, 第 7 巻

Albert Taylor Bledsoe, Sophia M'Ilvaine Bledsoe Herrick - 1870 - 560 ページ
...into water, and according to the supposition its capacity is diminished ; but it is a well known fact that the capacity of water for heat is much greater than that of ice, and ice must "•Rumford'sEssays, Vol. II., p. 484. "Sir Humphrey Davy's Works, Vol. II. have an absolute quantity...

Lecture-notes on Physics...: Pt. 1, 第 1 部

Alfred Marshall Mayer - 1868 - 140 ページ
...into water and according to the supposition, its capacity is diminished ; but it is a well-known fact that the capacity of water for heat is much greater...does not diminish the capacity of bodies for heat. ******* " Now a motion or vibration of the corpuscules of bodies must be necessarily generated by friction...

Lecture-notes on Physics...: Pt. 1, 第 1 部

Alfred Marshall Mayer - 1868 - 140 ページ
...into water and according to the supposition, its capacity is diminished ; but it is a well-known fact that the capacity of water for heat is much greater...does not diminish the capacity of bodies for heat. ******* " Now a motion or vibration of the corpuseules of bodies must be necessarily generated by friction...

Heat: A Mode of Motion

John Tyndall - 1868 - 560 ページ
...water, and according to the supposition, its capacity is diminished ; but it is a well-known fact, that the capacity of water for heat is much greater...water. Friction consequently does not diminish the capacities of bodies for heat. From this experiment it is likewise evident, that the increase of temperature...

Sketch of Thermodynamics

Peter Guthrie Tait - 1868 - 148 ページ
...into water, and according to the supposition its capacity is diminished; but it is a well-known fact that the capacity of water for heat is much greater...water. Friction, consequently, does not diminish the capacities of bodies for heat.' To show that no heat was abstracted from surrounding bodies, he proceeded...




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