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" This heat will continue to accumulate, till its farther increase comes to be counterbalanced by an opposite dispersion, caused by the rise of temperature which the ball has come to acquire. At the point of equilibrium, therefore, the constant accessions... "
A Short Account of Experiments and Instruments: Depending on the Relations ... - Page 53
by Sir John Leslie - 1813 - 178 pages
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The Guide to Knowledge, Volume 1

William Pinnock - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1833
...counterbalanced by an opposite dispersion caused by the rise of temperature which the balls have acquired. At the point of equilibrium, therefore, the constant...limits, proportioned to the excess of the temperature of the heated surface above that of the surrounding medium. Hence the space through which the coloured...
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The Penny Cyclopędia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge: PERU

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1840
...counterbalanced by an opposite dispersion, caused by the rise of temperature which the ball has come to acquire. At the point of equilibrium therefore the constant...air the rate of cooling is, within moderate limits, proportional to the excess of the temperature of the heated surface above that of the surrounding medium....
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The Penny Cyclopędia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1840
...counterbalanced by an opposite dispersion, caused by the rise of temperature which the ball has come to acquire. At the point of equilibrium therefore the constant...portions of it again abstracted in the subsequent piocess of cooling. But in still air the rate of cooling is, within moderate limits, proportional to...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volume 18

1840
...counterbalanced by an opposite dispersion, caused by the rise of temperature which the ball has come to acquire. At the point of equilibrium therefore the constant...heat derived from the action of the incident light arc exactly equalled by the corresponding portions of it again abstracted in the subsequent process...
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Hand-book of the Useful Arts: Including Agriculture, Architecture, Domestic ...

Thomas Antisell - Industrial arts - 1852 - 692 pages
...countermeted by an opposite dispersion, caused by the rise of temperature which the ball has acquired. But, in still air, the rate of cooling is, within moderate limits, proportional to the excess of the temperature of a given surface above that of the surrounding medium....
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The English Cyclopaedia

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1867
...counterbalanced by an opposite dispersion, caused by the rise of temperature which the ball has come to acquire. At the point of equilibrium therefore the constant...again abstracted in the subsequent process of cooling. Eut in still air the rate of cooling is, within moderate Umita, proportional to the excess of the temperature...
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