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" The absorption of a plate equals its radiation, and that for every description of heat.« Dieser Schlufs kann ein strenger nicht seyn, schon deshalb nicht, weil aus Versuchen, die nur ein Mehr und ein Minder kennen gelehrt haben, mit Strenge keine Gleichheit... "
Annalen der Physik und Chemie - Page 105
1863
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Annalen der Physik und Chemie, Volume 118

1863 - 700 pages
...»Considering, therefore, ti le heat of any temperature to consist of heterogeneous rays , we may state the law thus: The absorption of a plate equals its radiation,...ein Minder kennen gelehrt haben, mit Strenge keine Gleicltlicit geschlossen werden kann. Der Salz, zu dem er führt, kann nicht als durch ihn bewiesen...
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Annalen der Physik und Chemie

1863 - 720 pages
...dering, therefore, the heat of any lemperature to consist of heterogeneous rays , tve may state the law thus: The absorption of a plate equals its radiation, and that for every descriptioji of hea-t.« Dieser Schlafs kann ein strenger nicht seyn, schon deshalb nicht, weil aus...
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Gesammelte Abhandlungen

Gustav Kirchhoff - 1882 - 832 pages
...„Considering, therefore, the heat of any temperature to consist of heterogeneous rays, we may state the law thus: The absorption of a plate equals its radiation, and that for every description of heat." Dieser Schluss kann ein strenger nicht sein, schon deshalb nicht, weil aus Versuchen, die nur ein Mehr und...
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Gesammelte Abhandlungen, Volume 2

Gustav Kirchhoff - 1882 - 676 pages
...therefore, the heat of any temperature to consist of heterogeueous rays, we may state the law tlms: The absorption of a plate equals its radiation, and that for every description of heat." Dieser Schluss kann ein strenger m'cht sein, schon deshalb nicht, weil aus Versuchen, die nur ein Mehr und...
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A History of European Thought in the Nineteenth Century: Philosophical ...

John Theodore Merz - 1912 - 848 pages
...; but this referred to radiant heat and to Provost's theory of exchanges. It contains the words : " The absorption of a plate equals its radiation, and that for every description of heat" (p. 13). Had this statement been distinctly applied to luminous rays, spectrum analysis would have...
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Handbuch der Spectroscopie, Volume 1

Heinrich Kayser, Heinrich Mathias Konen - 1900 - 830 pages
...Strahlung sich mit der Temperatur ändert, so ergiebt sich die Gleichheit für jede einzelne Strahlenart : „The absorption of a plate equals its radiation, and that for every description of heat." Daraus ergebe sich auch, dass im Grossen und Ganzen Körper von derselben Temperatur dieselbe Qualität...
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The Laws of Radiation and Absorption: Memoirs by Prévost, Stewart, Kirchhoff ...

Pierre Prevost, Balfour Stewart, Gustav Kirchhoff, Robert Bunsen - 1901 - 156 pages
...Considering, therefore, the heat of any temperature to consist of heterogeneous rays, we may state the law thus : " The absorption of a plate equals its radiation, and that for every description of heat. " 20. A more rigid demonstration may be given thus: Let AB, and BC be two contiguous, equal, and similar...
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Scientific Papers: 1892-1901

John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - 1903 - 720 pages
...value ; but this course gave an opening to Kirchhoff's objection that " this proof [of the law that the absorption of a plate equals its radiation' and that for every description of heat\~\ cannot be a strict one, because experiments which have only taught us concerning more and less, cannot...
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Mathematical and Physical Papers, Volume 4

George Gabriel Stokes - 1904 - 391 pages
...distinctly expressed, less general, and not altogether so strictly proved as mine. It is as follows : — "The absorption of a plate equals its radiation, and that for every description of heat." 2. The fact that the bright lines of the spectra of sodiumand lithium-flames may be reversed, was first...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1863 - 1212 pages
..."Considering, therefore, the heat of any temperature to consist of heterogeneous rays, we may state the law thus: The absorption of a plate equals its radiation, and that for every description of heat." This proof cannot be a strict one, because experiments which have only taught us concerning more and...
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