検索 画像 マップ Play YouTube ニュース Gmail ドライブ もっと見る »
ログイン
ブックス I am very far from pretending to know how, or by what means or mechanical contrivance,... の書籍検索結果
" I am very far from pretending to know how, or by what means or mechanical contrivance, that particular kind of motion in bodies which has been supposed to constitute Heat is excited, continued, and propagated... "
Treatise on Thermodynamics - 18 ページ
Peter Alexander 著 - 1892 - 203 ページ
全文表示 - この書籍について

Essays, Political, Economical, and Philosophical, 第 2 巻

Benjamin Graf von Rumford - 1798 - 550 ページ
...communicated, in the manner the Heat was excited and communicated in thefe Experiments, except it be MOTION. I am very far from pretending to know how, or by what...particular kind of motion in bodies, which has been fuppofed to conftitute Heat, is excited, continued, and propagated ; and I mall not prefume to trouble...

The Monthly review. New and improved ser, 第 26 巻

1798 - 618 ページ
...not presume to deliver mere conjectures concerning the mode by which that particular kind of motion, which has been supposed to constitute heat, is excited, continued, and propagated ; more especially as this is a 'subject which, during so many thousand years, the most enlightened...

Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, 第 2 巻

William Nicholson - 1799 - 652 ページ
...communicated in the manner the heat was ex-- cited and communicated in thefe experiments, except it be motion, I am very far from pretending to know how^ or by what means or mechanical contriv»ACCj that particular kind of motion in bodies which has been fuppofed to conflitute heai 7...

The Mechanics' Magazine and Journal of Engineering, Agricultural ..., 第 75 巻

1861 - 460 ページ
...not presume to deliver mere conjectures concerning the mode by which that particular kind of motion, which has been supposed to constitute heat, is excited, continued and propagated; more especiallv as this is a subject which, during so many thousand years, the most enlightened philosophers...

The Correlation and Conservation of Forces: A Series of Exposition

Edward Livingston Youmans - 1865 - 490 ページ
...kept strictly within the limits of legitimate inquiry, which no man can define better than he did. "I am very far from pretending to know how, or by what means or mechanical contrivances, that particular kind of motion in bodies, which has been supposed to constitute heat,...

force and Nature: Attraction and Repulsion

Charles Frederick Winslow, M.D. - 1869 - 514 ページ
...stated that he was " very far from pretending to know how or by " what means or mechanical contrivances that particular kind " of motion in bodies which has been supposed to constitute " heat is exerted, continued, and propagated." With an intuition, however, seeming now almost prophetic, he further...

Force and Nature: Attraction and Repulsion: the Radical Principles of Energy ...

Charles Frederick Winslow - 1869 - 504 ページ
...these experiments, except it " be MOTION." Ignorant of causes, Eumford explicitly stated that he was " very far from pretending to know how or by " what means or mechanical contrivances that particular kind " of motion in bodies which has been supposed to constitute " heat...

The Complete Works of Count Rumford, 第 1 巻

Benjamin Graf von Rumford - 1870 - 608 ページ
...communicated in the manner the Heat was excited and communicated in these experiments, except it be MOTION. I am very far from pretending to know how, or by what...constitute Heat is excited, continued, and propagated ; and I shall not presume to trouble the Society with mere conjectures, particularly on a subject which,...

The Correlation and Conservation of Forces: A Series of Expositions, by Prof ...

Edward Livingston Youmans - 1870 - 484 ページ
...strictly within the limits of legitimate inquiry, which no man can define better than lie did. "I arn very far from pretending to know how, or by what means or mechanical contrivances, that particular kind of motion in bodies, which has been supposed to constitute heat,...

Memoir of Sir Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford: With Notices of His Daughter

George Edward Ellis - 1871 - 750 ページ
...communicated in the manner the Heat was excited and communicated in these Experiments, except it be MOTION. " I am very far from pretending to know how, or by what...constitute Heat is excited, continued, and propagated, and I shall not presume to trouble the Society with mere conjectures ; particularly on a subject which,...




  1. マイ ライブラリ
  2. ヘルプ
  3. ブックス検索オプション
  4. ePub をダウンロード
  5. PDF をダウンロード