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" Andrews called the critical temperature. He showed that this temperature is constant, and differs with each substance, and that it is always associated with a definite pressure peculiar to each body. Thus the two constants, critical temperature and pressure,... "
Report of the Annual Meeting - Page 26
by British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1903
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with ..., Volumes 21-22

Sir William Crookes - Chemistry - 1870
...200", a gas above that temperature. We have seen that the gaseous and liquid states are only distant stages of the same condition of matter, and are capable...into one another by a process of continuous change. A problem of far greater difficulty yet remains to be solved, the possible continuity of the liquid...
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Nature, Volume 2

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1870
...200°, a gas above that temperature. "\Ve have seen that the gaseous and liquid states are only distant stages of the same condition of matter, and are capable...into one another by a process of continuous change. A problem of far greater difficulty yet remains to l)e solved, the possible continuity of the liquid...
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Nature, Volume 2

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1870
...a gas above that température. " We llave seen that ihe gaseous and liquid states are only distant stages of the same condition of matter, and are capable of passing iuio one another by a process of continuous change. Л problem of far greater difficulty yet remains...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, William Ripley Nichols, John Trowbridge, George Bliss, Charles Robert Cross, Samuel Kneeland - Industrial arts - 1871
...a gas above that temperature. " We have seen that the gaseous and liquid states are only different stages of the same condition of matter, and are capable...into one another by a process of continuous change. A problem of far greater difficulty yet remains to be solved, — the possible continuity of the liquid...
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ANNUAL OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY OR YEAR-BOOK OF FACTS IN SCIENCE AND ART FOR ...

JOHN TROWBRIDGE, S.B. - 1871
...of paraffme or oil of vitriol. " We have seen that the gaseous and liquid states arc only different stages of the same condition of matter, and are capable...into one another by a process of continuous change. A problem of far greater difficulty yet remains to be solved, —the possible continuity of the liquid...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, William Ripley Nichols, John Trowbridge, George Bliss, Charles Robert Cross, Samuel Kneeland - Industrial arts - 1871
...a gas above that temperature. " We have seen that the gaseous and liquid states are only different stages of the same condition of matter, and are capable...into one another by a process of continuous change. A problem of far greater difficulty yet remains to be solved, — the possible continuity of the liquid...
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The Forces of Nature: A Popular Introduction to the Study of Physical Phenomena

Amédée Guillemin, Sir Norman Lockyer - Physics - 1872 - 679 pages
...into the gaseous or vaporous form — and he holds that the gaseous and liquid states are only distant stages of the same condition of matter, and are capable of passing into one another by a process of cortimimis change. CHAPTER IV. PROPAGATION OF HEAT.— RADIANT HEAT. Heat is transmitted in two different...
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The Forces of Nature: A Popular Introduction to the Study of Physical Phenomena

Amédée Guillemin - Physics - 1873 - 679 pages
...into the gaseous or vaporous form — and he holds that the gaseous and liquid states are only distant stages of the same condition of matter, and are capable...into one another by a process of continuous change. CHAPTER IV. PROPAGATION OF HEAT. — RADIANT HEAT. Heat is transmitted in two different ways, by conduction...
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A short manual of heat

Alexander Irving - 1875
...aeriform state, or vice versd. As Andrews has shown, ' the gaseous and liquid states are only distant stages of the same condition of matter, and are capable...into one another by a process of continuous change.' Carbon dioxide (eg) when subjected to a pressure of 40 atmospheres, is partly liquefied. If by means...
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Report of the Commissioner - United States Commission of Fish and ..., Part 5

United States. Bureau of Fisheries, Spencer Fullerton Baird - Fish culture - 1879
...Nicholson's Journal, XII 363; XIII, 232. } The Bakerian Lecture, Phil. Transactions, 1869. are only distant stages of the same condition of matter and are capable...into one another by a process of continuous change. Confusion has arisen in the use of the almost interchangeable words gas and vapor. Ether in the state...
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