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" One of the best established facts in thermodynamics is that it is impossible in a system enclosed in an envelope which permits neither change of volume nor passage of heat, and in which both the temperature and the pressure are everywhere the same, to... "
An Introduction to a Biology: And Other Papers - Page 155
by Arthur Dukinfield Darbishire - 1917 - 290 pages
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Theory of Heat

James Clerk Maxwell - Heat - 1871 - 312 pages
...attention to an aspect of the molecular theory which deserves consideration. One of the best established facts in thermodynamics is that it is impossible in...passage of heat, and in which both the temperature and the pressure are everywhere the same, to produce any inequality of temperature or of pressure without...
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Theory of Heat

James Clerk Maxwell - Heat - 1872 - 312 pages
...theory which deserves consideration. One of the best established facts in thermodynamics is that.it is impossible in a system enclosed in an envelope...passage of heat, and in which both the temperature and the pressure are everywhere the same, to produce any inequality of temperature or of pressure without...
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Heat

Peter Guthrie Tait - Heat - 1884 - 368 pages
...Clerk-Maxwell has treated the question from this point of view with great clearness. He says : — "One of the best-established facts in thermodynamics is that it is impossible in a system inclosed in an envelope which permits neither change of volume nor passage of heat, and in which both...
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The Dynamical Theory of Gases

Sir James Hopwood Jeans - Gases, Kinetic theory of - 1904 - 352 pages
...some well-known remarks of Maxwell* are of extreme interest. He says: "One of the best established facts in thermodynamics is that it is impossible in...passage of heat, and in which both the temperature and the pressure are everywhere the same, to produce any inequality of temperature or of pressure without...
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The Dynamical Theory of Gases

Sir James Hopwood Jeans - Gas dynamics - 1916 - 436 pages
...some well-known remarks o Maxwell* are of interest. He says: "One of the best established facts IE thermodynamics is that it is impossible in a system enclosed in an envelopt which permits neither change of volume nor passage of heat, and in which both the temperature...
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The Scientific Letters and Papers of James ..., Volume 2; Volumes 1862-1873

James Clerk Maxwell - Science - 1995 - 1029 pages
...1 (last 5 ff.). (17) Compare the Theory of Heat (London, 1871): 308-9. One of the best established facts in thermodynamics is that it is impossible in...permits neither change of volume nor passage of heat, in which the temperature and pressure is everywhere the same, to produce any inequality of temperature...
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Challenges to The Second Law of Thermodynamics: Theory and Experiment

Vladislav Capek, Daniel P. Sheehan - Science - 2005 - 347 pages
...historically important so we quote more extensively from his book [2] . One of the best established facts in thermodynamics is that it is impossible in...passage of heat, and in which both the temperature and the pressure are everywhere the same, to produce any inequality of temperature or of pressure without...
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The Dynamical Theory of Gases

...subject, some well-known remarks of Maxwell* are of interest. He says: "One of the best established facts in thermodynamics is that it is impossible in...passage of heat, and in which both the temperature and the pressure are everywhere the same, to produce any inequality of temperature or of pressure without...
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