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edited by - 1871
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The North British review

1864
...commencement of an application of the principle of energy to physiological processes in the words : " If an animal were engaged in turning a piece of machinery,...by a given chemical action would be experienced." Mayer's Essay (see the head of the article) on Organic Motion is of two years' later date. Finally,...
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The North British Review, Volume 40

Allan Freer - 1864
...commencement of an application of the principle of energy to physiological processes in the words : " If an animal were engaged in turning a piece of machinery,...by a given chemical action would be experienced." Mayer's Essay (see the head of the article) on Organic Motion is of two years' later date. Finally,...
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Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion

John Tyndall - Heat - 1867 - 541 pages
...tho whole heat of tho system must still be referred to tho chemical changes. But if the animal wore engaged in turning a piece of machinery, or in ascending a mountain, I apprehend that, in proportion to tho muscular effort put forth for the purpose, a diminution of tho heat evolved in the system by a...
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Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion

John Tyndall - Heat - 1869 - 541 pages
...oxygen, so that the whole heat of the system must still be referred to the chemical changes. But if the animal were engaged in turning a piece of machinery,...effort put forth for the purpose, a diminution of tho heat evolved in the system by a given chemical action would bo experienced.' EXTRACTS FROM DR....
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The British Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 28

John James Drysdale, Richard Hughes, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, John Rutherfurd Russell - Homeopathy - 1870
...the whole heat of the system must still be referred to the chemical changes. But if the animal was engaged in turning a piece of machinery, or in ascending...by a given chemical action would be experienced." It is very interesting that a similar train of thought occurred to Mayer at the very first, when he...
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The simplicity of life, an introductory chapter to pathology

Ralph Richardson (M.D.) - 1873
...the whole heat of the system must still be referred to the chemical changes. But if the animal was engaged in turning a piece of machinery, or in ascending...by a given chemical action would be experienced." It is very interesting that a similar train of thought occurred to Mayer at the very first, when he...
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Fragments of Science: A Series of Detached Essays, Addresses, and Reviews

John Tyndall - Science - 1876 - 625 pages
...oxygen, so that the whole heat of the system must still be referred to the chemical changes. But if the animal were engaged in turning a piece of machinery,...by a given chemical action would be experienced.' The italics in this memorable passage, written, it is to be remembered, in 1*43, are Mr. Joule's own....
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Fragments of Science: A Series of Detached Essays, Addresses, and Reviews

John Tyndall - Science - 1876 - 625 pages
...oxygen, so that the whole heat of the system must still be referred to the chemical changes. But if the animal were engaged in turning a piece of machinery,...by a given chemical action would be experienced.' The italics in this memorable passage, written, it is to be remembered, in 1843, are Mr. Joule's own....
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Sketch of Thermodynamics

Peter Guthrie Tait - Thermodynamics - 1877 - 162 pages
...to Joule's paper of 1843 already referred to, we find the following most suggestive sentence : ' If an animal were engaged in turning a piece of machinery,...by a given chemical action would be experienced.' Mayer's pamphlet of 1845 adds considerably to the development of the question. He speculates acutely...
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Sketch of Thermodynamics

Peter Guthrie Tait - Thermodynamics - 1877 - 162 pages
...paper of 1843 already referred to, we find the following most suggestive sentence : ' If an animnl were engaged in turning a piece of machinery, or in...by a given chemical action would be experienced.' Mayer's pamphlet of 1845 adds considerably to the development of the question. He speculates acutely...
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