| Science - 1850
...expression (3.) On the Specific Heats of Gases. Carnot proves, as a theorem, that the excess of the **specific heat* under a constant pressure above the...for all gases at the same temperature and pressure.** This result agrees well with the experimental results obtained by Dulon";. O f!n.rnot's theory affords... | |
| Science - 1851
...expression (3.) On the Specific Heats of Gases. Carnot proves, as a theorem, that the excess of the **specific heat* under a constant pressure above the...for all gases at the same temperature and pressure.** This result agrees well with the experimental results obtained by Dulong. Carnot's theory affords the... | |
| William Garnett - 1879
...mass of each molecule is proportional to the density of the gas, and the number of molecules per unit **volume is the same for all gases at the same temperature and pressure.** This is quite in accordance with the fact that the chemical combining weight of a gas is proportional... | |
| Vaughan Cornish - Chemistry - 1895 - 92 pages
...chemical considerations. It appears from purely physical facts that the number of molecules in a given **volume is the same for all gases at the same temperature and pressure** (toe. at., pp. 301-317). The researches of Gay-Lussac (' Me-m. Soc. d'Arcueil,' vol. ii., 1809, reprinted... | |
| Augustin Privat-Deschanel, Joseph David Everett - Physics - 1897 - 1175 pages
...volume of the i C* gas, is defined as rf ^, and is \ /3N, it being assumed that /3 is constant. Since N **is the same for all gases at the same temperature and pressure,** the thermal capacity per unit volume is the same for all gases that have the same value of 0. The specific... | |
| ...pv = at becomes p . — = at, mn or p = n (ma) t = nBt, where R — ma. Since, by Avogadro's law, n **is the same for all gases at the same temperature and pressure,** B is the same constant for all gases. Using Avogadro's number given above, R can be calculated. For,... | |
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