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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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A Manual of Steam-boilers: Their Design, Construction, and Operation

Robert Henry Thurston - 1888 - 710 ページ
...but Davy, in 1812, for the first time, stated plainly and precisely the real nature of heat, saying: "The immediate cause of the phenomenon of heat, then,...same as the laws of the communication of motion." The basis of this opinion was the same that had previously been noted by Rumford. So much having been...

General physiology of the tissues

John Gray McKendrick - 1888 - 560 ページ
...was kept below the freezing point, and he inferred that "the immediate cause of the phenomena of heat is motion, and the laws of its communication are precisely...same as the laws of the communication of motion." (Davy's Elements of Chemical Philosophy, p. 94.) In 1834, Faraday discovered important relations existing...

The Fundamental Principles of Chemistry: Practically Taught, by a New Method

Robert Galloway - 1888 - 378 ページ
...force. itself ; hence Davy drew the conclusion 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 motion.' Friction is a source from which, we all know, heat can be procured : we rub our hands together...

Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, 第 4 巻

1889 - 850 ページ
...not until 1812 that he came to the conclusion that ' the immediate cause of the phenomenon of heat is motion, and the laws of its communication are precisely...same as the laws of the communication of motion.' From data given by Rumford, it may be calculated that 940 footpounds of work are necessary to produce...

A Text-book on Steam & Steam-engines ...

Andrew Jamieson - 1889 - 532 ページ
...assumption that heat is a material substance. Davy said — " The immediate cause of the phenomenon of heat is motion, and the laws of its communication are precisely the same as the communication of the laws of motion." Maxwell, in his Theory of Heat, p. 306, says — " The molecules...

A Manual of Steam-boilers : Their Design, Construction, and Operation: For ...

Robert Henry Thurston - 1890 - 704 ページ
...Davy, in 1812, for the first time, stated plainly and precisely the real nature of heat, saying: " The immediate cause of the phenomenon of heat, then,...same as the laws of the communication of motion." The basis of this opinion was the same that had previously been noted by Rum ford. So much having been...

Gas and Petroleum Engines: A Practical Treatise on the Internal Combustion ...

William Robinson (M.E.) - 1890 - 658 ページ
...he made the following most important statement : — " The immediate cause of the phenomenon of heat is motion, and the laws of its communication are precisely...same as the laws of the communication of motion." Moreover, the statement that " heat is kinetic energy " is supported by the following considerations...

Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, 第 4 巻

1890 - 870 ページ
...the conclusion that ' the immediate cause of the phenomenon of heat is motion, and the laws of ite communication are precisely the same as the laws of the communication of motion. ' From data given by Rumford, it may be calculated that 940 footpounds of work are necessary to produce...

Physics: Advanced Course

George Frederick Barker - 1892 - 932 ページ
...Molecular Motion.— Is heat energy in the kinetic or in the potential form? Davy said in 1812 : " The immediate cause of the phenomenon of heat, then,...same as the laws of the communication of motion." This in modern language is equivalent to the statement that heat is kinetic energy ; not evidently...

Treatise on Thermodynamics

Peter Alexander - 1892 - 228 ページ
...their corpuscles, or in other words, on their different quantities of repulsion and attraction." " The immediate cause of the phenomenon of heat, then,...same as the laws of the communication of motion." He considers this repulsive motion to be analogous to the orbital motions of planets : and that, consequently,...




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