... were almost independent quantities. His investigation of the capillarity constant was masterly, and he added further to our knowledge of the magnitudes of the molecules of gases and of their mean free paths. Following up the experiments of Joule and... Report of the Annual Meeting - Page 27by British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1903Full view - About this book
| Smithsonian Institution - 1901
...the experiments of Joule and Kelvin, he showed how their cooling coefficients could be deduced, alid **proved that they vanished at a temperature in each...old law of Boyle and Charles, the latter being only** utilized to express the relation of temperature, pressure, and volume, when the gas is far removed... | |
| Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1903
...with James Thomson's completion of them, were, now shown to be the results of the laws of dynamic?. **Van der Waals applied the new equation to the consideration...old law of Boyle and Charles, the latter being only** utilized to express the relation of temperature, pressure, and volume, when the gas is far removed... | |
| Discoveries in science - 1903
...Following up the experiments of Joule and Kelvin, he, showed how their cooling coefficients could lie **deduced, and proved that they vanished at a temperature...old law of Boyle and Charles, the latter being only** utilized to express the relation of temperature, pressure, and volume, when the gas is far removed... | |
| Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1903
...the three variables by means of a specific surface afterwards greatly extended and developed by Prof. **Willard Gibbs. The suggestive work of James Thomson...old law of Boyle and Charles, the latter being only** utilized to express the relation of temperature, pressure, and volume, when the gas is far removed... | |
| Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1903
...point where his equation had to show the continuity of the two states this was the first difficult}7 **he had to encounter, and he succeeded in giving the...old law of Boyle and Charles, the latter being only** utilized to express the relation of temperature, pressure, and volume, when the gas is far removed... | |
| Discoveries in science - 1903
...and of pressure with temperature, showing-that although they were nearly equal, nevertheless the}7 **were almost independent quantities. His investigation...old law of Boyle and Charles, the latter being only** utilized to express the relation of temperature, pressure, and volume, when the gas is far removed... | |
| Discoveries in science - 1903
...satisfactory reason for the existence of a minimum value of the product of volume and pressure in the Kegnault **isothermals. His isothermals, with James Thomson's...old law of Boyle and Charles, the latter being only** utilized to express the relation of temperature, pressure, and volume, when the gas is far removed... | |
| ...James Thomson's completion of them, were now shown to be the results of the laws of dynamics. Andrews **applied the new equation to the consideration of the...old law of Boyle and Charles, the latter being only** utilized to express the relation of temperature, pressure, and volume, when the gas is far removed... | |
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