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" ... he says latent heat is evolved or set free. But as this expression relates to an hypothesis depending on the supposition that the heat of bodies is owing to their containing more or less of a substance called the matter of heat, and as I think Sir... "
Report of the Annual Meeting - Page 47
by British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1840
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., 5. köide

1833
...freezes," Phil. Tram., 1783, p. 303, he denied to heat the character of a substance, and thought " Sir Isaac Newton's opinion, that heat consists in...the particles of bodies, much the most probable," — a view which it was one of the first of Sir Humphrey Davy's objects to confirm. The apparatus which...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., 34. köide

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1841
...the shaving or cutting. From this kind of heat, the illustrious Newton might come to the conclusion, that heat consists in the internal motion of the particles of bodies. There is an internal motion in bodies when they emit or give out heat, either from compression or from...
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The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, 34. köide

1841
...the shaving or cutting. From this kind of heat, the illustrious Newton might come to the conclusion, that heat consists in the internal motion of the particles of bodies. There is an internal motion in bodies when they emit or give out heat, either from compression or from...
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The Life of the Hon. Henry Cavendish: Including Abstracts of His More ...

George Wilson - 1851 - 478 lehte
...heat of bodies is owing to their containing more or less of a substance called the matter of heat, and as I think Sir Isaac Newton's opinion, that heat consists...chose to use the expression, heat is generated. Mr. Wilke, also, in the Transactions of the Stockholm Academy of Sciences, explains the phenomena in the...
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Miscellaneous Works of the Late Thomas Young ...

Thomas Young - 1855
...owing to their containing more or less of a substance called the matter of heat ; and as" he thinks "Sir Isaac Newton's opinion, that heat consists in...the particles of bodies, much the most probable," he chooses " to use the expression heat is generated," in order to avoid the appearance of adopting...
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Dissertation Sixth: Exhibiting a General View of the Progress of ...

James David Forbes - 1856 - 201 lehte
...of bodies is owing to their containing more or less of a substance, called the matter of heat ; and as I think Sir Isaac Newton's opinion that heat consists...most probable, I chose to use the expression, heat is generated."2 (600.) Two of Cavendish's most important researches rePapers on fer to the attraction...
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Theory of Heat

James Clerk Maxwell - 1871 - 312 lehte
...of bodies is owing to their containing more or less of a substance called the matter of heat ; and, as I think Sir Isaac Newton's opinion that heat consists...chose to use the expression, "heat is generated." ' * We shall not now be in danger of any error if we use latent heat as an expression meaning neither...
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Theory of Heat

James Clerk Maxwell - 1871 - 312 lehte
...of bodies is owing to their containing more or less of a substance called the matter of heat ; and, as I think Sir Isaac Newton's opinion that heat consists in the internal motion of the Latent Heat. 73 particles of bodies much the most probable, I chose to use the expression, "heat is...
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The Fundamental Principles of Chemistry: Practically Taught, by a New Method

Robert Galloway - 1888 - 364 lehte
...Professor Clerk Maxwell, in his work ' Theory of Heat,' which we quoted the last extract from, says, 'and, as I think Sir Isaac Newton's opinion that heat consists...the particles of bodies much the most probable, I choose to use the expression, "heat is generated," an expression Cavendish first employed.' 135. 'We...
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Mathematical and Physical Papers, 3. köide

William Thomson Baron Kelvin - 1890
...of bodies is owing to their containing more or less of a substance called the matter of heat ; and, as I think Sir Isaac Newton's opinion that heat consists...probable, I chose to use the expression heat is generated' (Phil. Trans., 1783, quoted by Forbes). We shall not now be in danger of any error if we use latent...
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