| Denison Olmsted - 1852
...compressed. We will graduate the cylinder into a thousand equal divisions, by horizontal marks numbered **from the bottom upward from one to one thousand, and...given weight of air proportioned to the compressing** force 1 rest unless put in motion by some force, and continues to move until some adequate force stops... | |
| Elias Loomis - Physics - 1858 - 351 pages
...a force amounting to 15 pounds on each square inch of the surface of contact. 303. Mariotte's Law. **The volume of a given weight of air is inversely as the** pressure 'upon it. To prove this law, take a tube, ABE, bent in Fi(r 175 the form of a siphon, with... | |
| John Joseph Griffin - Physical instruments - 1873
...into the bottle. • MARIOTTE'S APPAKATUS FOB SHOWING THE COMPRESSIBILITY AND ELASTICITY OF AlR. 780. **The volume of a given weight of air is inversely as the** pressure to which it is exposed; that is to say, the greater the pressure to which the air is subjected... | |
| Le Roy Clark Cooley - Physics - 1880 - 317 pages
...will be just double. Fig. 34. ts What is true in both Cases ? — In these two experiments we find **that the volume of a given weight of air is inversely as the** pressure upon it; and repeated experiment confirms the inference that the same principle holds true... | |
| Le Roy Clark Cooley - Physics - 1880 - 317 pages
...pressure the volume will be just double. What is true in both Cases ? — In these two experiments we find **that the volume of a given weight of air is inversely as the** pressure upon it; and repeated experiment confirms the inference that the same principle holds true... | |
| Benjamin Arthur Whitelegge - Public health - 1905 - 636 pages
...earth's surface. The air is subject to Boyle and Marriotte's law : the temperature remaining the same, **the volume of a given weight of air is inversely as the** pressure which it bears. Under extreme pressure, with very low temperature, we now know that it may... | |
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