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The Applications of Physical Forces - Page 384
by Amédée Guillemin - 1877 - 741 pages
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Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion: Being a Course of Twelve Lectures ...

John Tyndall - Heat - 1863 - 468 pages
...pans, containing water which had been boiled, is exposed to the clear firmament. The water is a poweful radiant, and sends off its heat copiously into space....however, it needs supplementing. It appears, from the description, that the con* With reference to this point we have the following beautiful passage in...
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Heat considered as a mode of motion: 12 lects

John Tyndall - Heat - 1863 - 480 pages
...partially filled with straw, and on the straw flat pans, containing water which had been boiled, is exposed to the clear firmament. The water is a powerful...non-conducting straw. Before sunrise a cake of ice is * With reference to this point we have the following beautiful passage in the Essay of Wells : —...
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HEAT CONSIDERED AS A MODE OF MOTION:

JOHN TYNDALL - 1864
...pans, containing water which had been boiled, is exposed to the clear firmament. The water is a poweful radiant, and sends off its heat copiously into space....explanation of Wells, and it is, no doubt, the true ona I think, however, it needs supplementing. It appears, from the description, that the con* With...
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A treatise on meteorological instruments: explanatory of their scientific ...

Negretti and Zambra, Enrico Angelo Lodovico Negretti, Joseph Warren Zambra - Meteorological instruments - 1864 - 150 pages
...boiled is exposed to the clear firmament. The water is a very powerful radiant, and sends off its heat into space. The heat thus lost cannot be supplied...Before sunrise a cake of ice is formed in each vessel. ... To produce the ice in abundance, the atmosphere must not only be clear, but it must be comparatively...
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Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion: Being a Course of Twelve Lectures ...

John Tyndall - Heat - 1866 - 480 pages
...pans, containing water which had been boiled, is exposed to the clear firmament. The water is a poweful radiant, and sends off its heat copiously into space....however, it needs supplementing. It appears, from the description, that the con* With reference to this point we have the following beautiful passage in...
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Geology for General Readers: a Series of Popular Sketches in Geology and ...

David Page - Geology - 1866 - 328 pages
...the clear, dry, and serene firmament. The water is a powerful radiant, and sends off its heat rapidly into space. The heat thus lost cannot be supplied...this source being cut off by the non-conducting straw ; and before sunrise a cake of ice is formed in each vessel. duration, and every peak and precipice...
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Wholesome fare; or, The doctor and the cook, by E.S. and E.J. Delamere

Edmund Saul Dixon, Ellen J. Dixon - History - 1868
...are partially filled with straw ; and on the straw, flat pans containing water are exposed by night to the clear firmament. The water is a powerful radiant,...Before sunrise, a cake of ice is formed in each vessel. It appears that the condition most suitable for the formation of ice in this way is not only a clear...
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Heat: A Mode of Motion

John Tyndall - Heat - 1868 - 520 pages
...Shallow pits are dug, which are partially filled with straw, and on the straw flat pans containing water are exposed to the clear firmament. The water...non-conducting straw. Before sunrise a cake of ice is * With reference to this point we have tlio following beautiful passage in the Essay of Wells : —...
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Geology for General Readers: A Series of Popular Sketches in Geology and ...

David Page - Geology - 1870 - 340 pages
...the clear, dry, and serene firmament. The water is a powerful radiant, and sends off its heat rapidly into space. The heat thus lost cannot be supplied from the earth, this source being exit off by the non-conducting straw; and before sunrise a cake of ice is formed in each vessel. with...
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Heat a Mode of Motion

John Tyndall - 1873 - 532 pages
...Shallow pits are dug, which are partially filled with straw, and on the straw fiat pans containing water are exposed to the clear firmament. The water...however, it needs supplementing. It appears, from the description, that the condition most suitable for the formation of ice is not only a clear air, but...
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