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" ... water. While, however, a layer of the bisulphide of carbon 0-07 of an inch, in thickness transmits 72 per cent, of the incident radiation, and while every other liquid examined transmits more or less of the heat, a layer of water of the above thickness... "
Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the Royal ... - Page 234
by Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1866
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ..., Volume 9

1864
...temperature, we may expect the radiation from this flame to be copiously transmitted by the water. While, however, a layer of the bisulphide of carbon 0-07...water and those of aqueous vapour at a temperature of 3159° C. But the periods of water have already been proved to be extra-red — hence those of the...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volumes 9-10

1864 - 654 pages
...temperature, we may expect the radiation from this flame to be copiously transmitted by the water. While, however, a layer of the bisulphide of carbon 0-07...water and those of aqueous vapour at a temperature of 3259° C. But the periods of water have already been proved to be extra-red — hence those of the...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1864 - 638 pages
...bisulphide of carbon 0'07 of an inch in thickness transmits 72 per cent, of the incident radiation, and every other liquid examined transmits more or less...water and those of aqueous vapour at a temperature of 3259° C. But the periods [of water have already been proved to be extra-red ; hence those of the hydrogen...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 13

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1864 - 634 pages
...temperature, we may expect _the radiation from this flame to be copiously transmitted by the water. While, however, a layer of the bisulphide of carbon 0'07...transmits 72 per cent* of the incident radiation, and every other liquid examined transmits more or less of the heat, a layer of water of the above thickness...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1864 - 636 pages
...temperature, we may expect _the radiation from this flame to be copiously transmitted by the water. While, however, a layer of the bisulphide of carbon 0*07...transmits 72 per cent, of the incident radiation, and every other liquid examined transmits more or less of the heat, a layer of water of the above thickness...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science, Volumes 9-10

1864
...copiously transmitted by the water. AVhite, howeTer, a layer of the bisulphide of carbon 0-07 of ¡m i:ii'i in thickness transmits 72 per cent, of the incident...while every other liquid examined transmits more or lees of the heat, a layer of water of the above thickness is entirely opaque to the radiation from...
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Proceedings, Volume 4

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1866
...to be copiously transmitted by the water. While, however, a layer of the bisulphide of carbon O'OT of an inch in thickness transmits 72 per cent, of...water and those of aqueous vapour at a temperature of 3,259° C. But the periods of water have already been proved to be extra-red — hence those of the...
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Fragments of Science: A Series of Detached Essays, Addresses, and ..., Volume 1

John Tyndall - 1879 - 522 pages
...flame to be copiously transmitted by water. While, however, a layer of the bisulphide of carbon O07 of an inch in thickness transmits 72 per cent. of...thickness is entirely opaque to the radiation from the hydrogen flame. Thus we establish accord between the periods of the atoms of cold water and those of...
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Fragments of Science: A Series of Detached Essays, Addresses, and ..., Volume 1

John Tyndall - 1892
...flame to be copiously transmitted by water. While, however, a layer of the bisulphide of carbon O07 of an inch in thickness transmits 72 per cent. of...thickness is entirely opaque to the radiation from the hydrogen flame. Thus we establish \ accord between the periods of the atoms of cold water and those...
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Fragments of Science: A Series of Detached Essays, Addresses and ..., Volume 1

John Tyndall - 1896 - 574 pages
...its source, we may expect the radiation from this flame to be copiously transmitted by water. While, however, a layer of the bisulphide of carbon 0-07...thickness is entirely opaque to the radiation from the hydrogen flame. Thus we establish accord between the periods of the atoms of cold water and those of...
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