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" The doctrine of the conservation of energy is the one generalized statement which is to be found consistent with fact, not in one physical science only, but in all. When once apprehended it furnishes to the physical inquirer a principle on which he may... "
An Elementary Treatise on Electricity - Page 22
by James Clerk Maxwell - 1881 - 208 pages
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Matter and Motion

James Clerk Maxwell - Force and energy - 1876 - 128 pages
...one physical science only, but in all. When once apprehended it furnishes to the physical inquirer a principle on which he may hang every known law relating...called the Principle of the Conservation of Energy. ARTICLE LXXIV.—GTENERAL STATEMENT OF THE PRINCIPLE OF THE CONSERVATION OF ENERGY. The total energy...
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A Text Book of Physiology, Volume 1

John Gray McKendrick - Physiology - 1888
...the physiological inquirer, what it is, in the language of Clerk Maxwell, " to the physical inquirer, a principle on which he may hang every known law relating...relations of such actions in new branches of science." (Clerk Maxwell, Mattel' and Motion, p. 60.) Let us now discuss how these principles apply to the phenomena,...
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Physics for University Students, Volume 1

Henry Smith Carhart - Physics - 1894
...one physical science only, but in all. When once apprehended it furnishes to the physical inquirer a principle on which he may hang every known law relating...relations of such actions in new branches of science." The great doctrine furnished by chemistry is the indestructibility or conservation of matter ; the...
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Physics for University Students, Volume 1

Henry Smith Carhart - Physics - 1894
...science only, but in all. When once apprehended it furnishes to the physical inquirer a principle ou which he may hang every known law relating to physical...relations of such actions in new branches of science." The great doctrine furnished by chemistry is the indestructibility or conservation of matter ; the...
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Motion; its origin and conservation

Walter McDonald - 1898
...scientific or science-producing doctrine," which, "when once apprehended, furnishes to the physical inquirer a principle on which he may hang every known law relating...the way to discover the relations of such actions in the new branches of science." Now, what is the difference between a " deduction from observation and...
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The Encyclopedia Americana, Volume 12

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1904
...one physical science only, but in all. When once apprehended it furnishes to the physical inquirer a principle on which he may hang every known law relating...relations of such actions in new branches of science." The importance of this doctrine, and its influence in unifying and in developing physics, cannot be...
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The New international encyclopaedia, Volume 7

Frank Moore Colby, Talcott Williams - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1906
...one physical science only, but in all. When once apprehended, it furnishes to the physical inquirer a principle on which he may hang every known law relating...relations of such actions in new branches of science." (Maxwell.) So important a constant is the dynamical equivalent of heat that attempts to determine its...
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The Americana: A Universal Reference Library, Comprising the Arts ..., Volume 15

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1911
...one physical science only, but in all. When once apprehended it furnishes to the physical inquirer a principle on which he may hang every known law relating...relations of such actions in new branches of science." The importance of this doctrine, and its influence in unifying and in developing physics, cannot be...
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The Americana: A Universal Reference Library, Comprising the Arts ..., Volume 16

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1912
...one physical science only, but in all. When once apprehended it furnishes to the physical inquirer a principle on which he may hang every known law relating...relations of such actions in new branches of science.* The importance of this doctrine, and its influence in unifying and in developing physics, cannot be...
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Essentials of Physics for College Students: A Textbook for Undergraduates ...

Daniel Webster Hering - Physics - 1918 - 367 pages
...in one physical science, but in all. '' When once apprehended, it furnishes to the physical inquirer a principle on which he may hang every known law relating...relations of such actions in new branches of science " (Maxwell, Matter and Motion). The facts that any form of energy may have an exact equivalent in any...
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