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" That the quantity of heat produced by the friction of bodies, whether solid or liquid, is always proportional to the quantity of force expended. "
Thermodynamics - Page 74
by Richard Wormell - 1877
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ELEMENTS OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

THOMAS, GRAHAM - 1858
...impossible entirely to avoid vibration and sound. The conclusions deduced from these experiments are \f That the quantity of heat produced by the friction...whether solid or liquid, is always proportional to the force expended. 2. That the quantity of heat capable of increasing the temperature of 1 Ib. of water...
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Elements of inorganic chemistry

Thomas Graham, Henry Watts, Robert Bridges - Science - 1858 - 852 pages
...impossible entirely to avoid vibration and sound. The conclusions deduced from these experiments are 1. That the quantity of heat produced by the friction of bodies, vhether toiid or liquid, is always proportional to the force expended. 2. That the quantity of heat...
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Elements of Chemistry: Including the Applications of the Science ..., Volume 2

Thomas Graham, Henry Watts - Chemistry - 1858
...sound. The conclusions deduced from these experiments are 1. That Hie quantity of heat produced l>y the friction of bodies, whether solid or liquid, is always proportional to tlie force expended. 2. That the quantity of heat capable of increasing the temperature of 1 Ib. of...
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Caloric: its mechanical, chemical and vital agencies in the ..., Volume 2

Samuel Lytler Metcalfe - Heat - 1859
...experiments on the subject are those of Mr. JR Joule, of Manchester, England. His conclusions are :* 1. That the quantity of heat produced by the friction...whether solid or liquid, is always proportional to the force expended. 2. That the quantity of heat capable of increasing the temperature of one pound of...
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Observations on some of the physical, chemical, physiological and ...

Joseph Jones - 1859 - 419 pages
...synthetical influence of electricity; the profound and extensive researches of Faraday,* following up the 1. That the quantity of heat produced by the friction...whether solid or liquid, is always proportional to the quantity of force expended. 2. That the quantity of heat capable of increasing the temperature of a...
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Transactions, Volume 12

Medicine - 1859
...synthetical influence of electricity ; the profound and extensive researches of Faraday,3 following up the 1. That the quantity of heat produced by the friction of bodies, whether solid or liquid, is alwaya proportional to the quantity of force expended. 2. That the quantity of heat capable of increasing...
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The North British Review, Volumes 40-41

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1864
...for slight but inevitable losses of energy, by sound and other vibrations, are thus given : 1st, The quantity of heat produced by the friction of bodies,...whether solid or liquid, is always proportional to the quantity of work expended. 2d, The quantity of heat capable of increasing the temperature of a pound...
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The North British review

1864
...slight but inevitable losses of energy, by sound and other vibrations, are thus given: 1st, Tlie quantity of heat produced by the friction of bodies,...whether solid or 'liquid, is always proportional to the quantity of work expended. 2d, The quantity of heat capable of increasing the temperature of a pound...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences, Volume 3

Henry Watts - Chemistry - 1865
...entirely to avoid vibration and sound. The conclusions deduced from these experiments are : 1. That Ike quantity of heat produced by the friction of bodies, whether solid or liquid, iji always proportional to the force expended. 2. That the quantity of heat capable of increasing the...
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An Elementary Treatise on Heat

Balfour Stewart - Heat - 1866 - 392 pages
...whole being immersed in a cast.iron vessel filled with mercury. By all these experiments it was found that the quantity of heat produced by the friction...whether solid or liquid, is always proportional to the quantity of work expended, and that the number of units of work in foot.pounds necessary to raise by...
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