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" ... is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity. Double your mass, other things being equal, and you double your amount of heat ; double your velocity, other things remaining equal, and you quadruple your amount of heat.... "
Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art - Page 104
by David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - 1865
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Text book on the theory of the motion of projectiles, the history ...

Great Britain. War Office - History - 1869 - 145 pages
...when the ball strikes the target. And if I examine my lead weight after it has fallen from a height I also find it heated. Now here experiment and reasoning...common mechanical motion destroyed and heat produced." .... "We, moreover, know the amount of heat which a given amount of mechanical force can develope....
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Smaller class-book of modern science, by the authors of 'Class-book of ...

Smaller class-book - 1869
...a greater distance ? A. A greater fall gives to the ball a greater velocity, and the heat produced, like the mechanical effect, is proportional to the product of the mass of the body into the square of its velocity. With three times the velocity, nine times the heat would...
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A Text book of elementary chemistry

George Frederick Barker - Chemistry, Inorganic - 1870 - 342 pages
...molecules it follows that the impact of all gaseous molecules is equal. Moreover, in mechanics, impact is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity. Since, therefore, molecules differ in weight, it is obvious that lighter ones must move faster than...
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A Text-book of Elementary Chemistry: Theoretical and Inorganic

George Frederick Barker - Chemistry, Inorganic - 1870 - 342 pages
...molecules it follows that the impact of all gaseous molecules is equal. Moreover, in mechanics, impact is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity. Since, therefore, molecules differ in weight, it is obvious that lighter ones must move faster than...
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The Unseen Universe: Or, Physical Speculations on a Future State

Balfour Stewart, Peter Guthrie Tait - Immortality - 1875 - 211 pages
...cancelling. To make our meaning clear, let us consider upon what vis viva depends. It depends upon and is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity. Now mass is of course a signless quantity ; evidently we cannot have negative mass. Then with regard...
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The unseen universe; or, Physical speculations on a future state [by B ...

Balfour Stewart, Peter Guthrie Tait - 1875
...cancelling. To make our meaning clear, let us consider upon what vis viva depends. It depends upon and is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity. Now mass is of course a signless quantity; evidently we cannot have negative mass. Then with regard...
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The Unseen Universe: Or, Physical Speculations on a Future State

Balfour Stewart, Peter Guthrie Tait - Immortality - 1875 - 211 pages
...canceling. To make our meaning clear, let us consider upon what vis viva depends. It depends upon, and is proportional to, the product of the mass into the square of the velocity. Now, mass is, of course, a signless quantity ; evidently we cannot have negative mass. Then, with regard...
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The Baptist Quarterly, Volume 9

Lucius Edwin Smith, Henry Griggs Weston - Baptists - 1875
...with him. No one doubts that the whole is greater than any part, or that the impact of a moving body is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity, or that two volumes of hydrogen combine with one of oxygen, yielding two volumes of steam. These, and...
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The Unseen Universe: Or, Physical Speculations on a Future State

Balfour Stewart, Peter Guthrie Tait - Future state - 1875 - 211 pages
...cancelling. To make our meaning clear, let us consider upon what vis viva depends. It depends upon and is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity. Now mass is of course a signless quantity ; evidently we cannot have negative mass. Then with regard...
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The Theistic Conception of the World: An Essay in Opposition to Certain ...

Benjamin Franklin Cocker - Theism - 1875 - 426 pages
...resistance, which in nature is something perfectly intelligible and measurable, equivalent in all cases to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity. By Force we understand "that which originates motion." All the forms of Energy have therefore their...
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