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" ... boiling water ; state and explain what will occur. 11. The inside of the wall of a house is at 15 C., and the outside at 0C., the wall is of stone, and 50 cm. thick. Find how much heat passes across it per square metre. The conductivity of the... "
Report of the Annual Meeting - Page 56
by British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1903
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The principles and practice of electric lighting

Alan Archibald Campbell Swinton - 1884
...milli, the one-thousandth part, are often used. The Joule is the unit of heat, and is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree centigrade. The following table will give in a clear form the relation between the various units of electricity...
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The Health exhibition literature, Volume 4

Medical - 1884
...by scientific men is called the gramme unit or calorie, which may be defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree Centigrade. The table to %vhich I now draw your attention exhibits the number of heat units evolved by the complete...
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Physical Arithmetic

Alexander Macfarlane - Mathematics - 1885 - 357 pages
...rock to be -004 ? The centimetre is the unit of length, and the unit of heat is the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree. -004 gm. of water by deg. Cent, per sec. per sq. cm. = deg. Cent, per cm., - deg. Cent, per...
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Heat: an elementary text-book, theoretical and practical, for colleges and ...

Sir Richard Glazebrook - Heat - 1894 - 230 pages
...across it per square metre. The conductivity of the stone is -005 and the unit of heat is the quantity required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree centigrade. CHAPTER XII. TRANSMISSION OF HEAT BY RADIATION. 155. Radiation. As has already been explained heatenergy...
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Heat and Light: An Elementary Text-book, Theoretical and Practical for ...

Sir Richard Glazebrook - Heat - 1894 - 207 pages
...across it per square metre. The conductivity of the stone is .005 and the unit of heat is the quantity required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree centigrade. GH 12 CHAPTER XII. TRANSMISSION OF HEAT BY RADIATION. 155. Radiation. As has already been explained...
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Practical Domestic Hygiene

James Lane Notter, Sir Robert Hammill Firth - Hygiene - 1897 - 312 pages
...foreign countries, using the metric system of weights and measures, the heat unit is the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree Centigrade. The British heat unit, if manifested as a mechanical force, will raise 772 Ibs. a foot high, or corresponds...
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Experimental Physics: A Course for Freshmen : Being a Revision of Alexander ...

George Kimball Burgess - Physics - 1902 - 80 pages
...calculate: 1. The number of heat units gained by the water, using as heat unit the calorie or the heat required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree. 2. The number of heat units lost by the shot (in terms of s, the specific heat of lead) or the ratio...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 72

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1903
...These propositions, it will be observed, while reaffirming the names 'joule 'as the equivalent of 10" ergs, and calorie, the equivalent of 4/2 joules, as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree centigrade on the hydrogen scale, leave undetermined...
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Heat: An Elementary Text-book Theoretical and Practical

Sir Richard Glazebrook - Heat - 1904 - 230 pages
...across it per square metre. The conductivity of the stone is -005 and the unit of heat is the quantity required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree centigrade. CHAPTER XII. TRANSMISSION OF HEAT BY RADIATION. 155. Radiation. As has already been explained heatenergy...
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Personal Hygiene: Designed for Undergraduates

Alfred A. Woodhull - Hygiene - 1906 - 221 pages
...complete combustion of a given amount of food, which thus develops energy. It is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree centigrade. The great or kilo calorie is the heat required to raise one kilo, or litre, of water one degree centigrade,...
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