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" The immediate cause of the phenomenon of heat, then, is motion ; and the laws of its communication are precisely the same as the laws of the communication of motion. "
Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge, ed. by E ... - 322 ページ
Encyclopaedia 著 - 1845
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Monthly Review; Or New Literary Journal

1813 - 574 ページ
...equally evident that its parts must have separated from each other. The immediate cause of the phenomena of heat then is motion, and the laws of its communication are precisely the same as the law« of the communication of motion.' The question discussed in this paragraph is involved in much...

Gallery of Nature and Art, Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ..., 第 4 巻

Edward T W. Polehampton - 1815 - 588 ページ
...equally evident that its parts must have separated from each other. The immediate cause of the phainomena of heat then is motion, and the laws of its communication are precisely the tame as the laws of the communication of motion. Since all matter may be made to fill a smaller volume...

Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy ..., 第 9 巻

1817 - 534 ページ
...and of latent heat ? It has certainly been affirmed that the immediate cause of the phenomena of heat is motion, and the laws of its communication are precisely...the same as the laws of the communication of motion. No one has ever, as far as I can learn, pointed out any similarity ; nor has any analogy been proved...

Annals of Philosophy: Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy ..., 第 9 巻

Thomas Thomson - 1817 - 546 ページ
...and of latent heat ? It has certainly been affirmed that the immediate cause of the phenomena of heat is motion, and the laws of its communication are precisely...the same as the laws of the communication of motion. No one has ever, as far as I can learn, pointed out any similarity ; nor has any analogy been proved...

A Dictionary of Chemistry: On the Basis of Mr. Nicholson's, in which the ...

Andrew Ure - 1821 - 436 ページ
...equally evident that its parts must have separated from each other. The immediate cause of the phenomena of heat, then, is motion, and the laws of its communication are precisely the same as the lytvs of the communication of motion." Since all matter may be made to fill a smaller volume by cooling,...

The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ...

Edward Polehampton - 1821 - 592 ページ
...other. The immediate .cause of the phenomena of heat then is motion, and the laws of its commuuication are precisely the same as the laws of the communication of motion. is no change in the position of its parts as long as its temperature is uniform, the motion, if it...

The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art ..., 第 11 巻

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington) - 826 ページ
...equally evident that its parts must have separated from each other. The immediate cause of the phenomena of heat, then, is motion, and the laws of its communication...laws of the communication of motion. Since all matter maybe made to fill a smaller volume, by cooling, it is evident that the particles of matter must have...

Principles of Natural and Metaphysical Philosophy: Intended on a More ...

1829 - 150 ページ
...its parts must have separated from each other. The immediate cause of the phenomena of heat then in motion, and the laws of its communication are precisely...same as the laws of the communication of motion." Consequently, if you put your hand into a tumbler of water, and the water rise or swell around it and...

A Dictionary of Chemistry and Mineralogy: With Their Applications

Andrew Ure - 1831 - 980 ページ
...must have separated from each other. The immediate cause of the phenomena of heat, then, is molinn, and the laws of its communication are precisely the...of the communication of motion." " Since all matter maybe made to fill a smaller volume by cooling, it is evident that the particles of matter • must...

A New Theory of Terrestrial Magnetism: (Read Before the New-York Lyceum of ...

Samuel Lytler Metcalfe - 1833 - 168 ページ
...equally evident, that its parts must have separated from each other. The immediate cause, then, of heat, is motion, and the laws of its communication are precisely...same as the laws of the communication of motion." 111. " Since all matter may be made to fill a smaller volume by cooling, it is evident that the particles...




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