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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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Reports of the Committee on Electrical Standards Appointed by the British ...

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Committee on Electrical Standards, Frank Edward Smith - Electric standards - 1913 - 783 pages
..."joule" as the equivalent of 107 ergs, and calorie, the equivalent of 4'2 joules, as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gramme of...the heat required to raise one gramme of water from 9'5 to 10-5 C. should prove not to be 4'2 joules a readjustment in the mean temperature employed...
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Drake's Electrical Dictionary ...

Paul Emilius Lowe - Electricity - 1915 - 313 pages
...length and thinness. A hypothesis for the purpose of mathematical discussion. Therm. A unit of heat required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree, centigrade, starting at the temperature of its maximum density. Thermal. Pertaining to heat. Thermal Absorption....
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Gaillard's Medical Journal, Volume 57

Edwin Samuel Gaillard, William S. McChesney - Medicine - 1893
...of the quantity of food. By "heat-unit" is meant, as is well known, that quantity of heat which is required to raise the temperature of one gramme of water one degree Celsius. "Great heat-unit " means the amount of heat required for warming one thousand grammes of water...
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