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" It seems possible to account for all the phenomena of heat, if it be supposed that in solids the particles are in a constant state of vibratory motion, the particles of the hottest bodies moving with the greatest velocity... "
Cyclopædic science simplified - Page 168
by John Henry Pepper - 1877
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Monthly Review; Or Literary Journal Enlarged

1813 - 574 pages
...author's hypothesis on the subject of heat will prove satisfactory to our chemical readers, we know not: ' It seems possible to account for all the phenomena...in solids the particles are in a constant state of vibrator)' motion, the particles of the hottest bodies moving with the greatest velocity and through...
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Gallery of Nature and Art, Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ..., Volume 4

Edward T W. Polehampton - 1815 - 588 pages
...other. It seems possible to account for all the phenomena of IIKII, if it he supposed that in solid* the particles are in a constant state of vibratory...velocity and through the greatest space ; that in Quids and elastic fluids, besides the vibratory motion, which must be conceived greatest in the last,...
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Annals of Philosophy: Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy ..., Volume 9

Thomas Thomson - 1817 - 546 pages
...principally by Count Rumford, and choose that first proposed by Dr. Black and Lavoisier. The one supposes that in solids the particles are in a constant state...velocity, and through the greatest space ; that in liquids and elastic fluids, besides the vibratory motion, which must be conceived greatest in the last,...
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Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy ..., Volume 9

1817
...principally by Count Rumford, and choose that first proposed by Dr. Black and Lavoisier. The one supposes that in solids the particles are in a constant state...velocity, and through the greatest space ; that in liquids and elastic fluids, besides the vibratory motion, which must be conceived greatest in the last,...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry: On the Basis of Mr. Nicholson's, in which the ...

Andrew Ure - 1821 - 432 pages
...motion, or a motion of the particles round their axes, or a motion of particles round each other. " It seems possible to account for all the phenomena...velocity, and through the greatest space; that in liquids and elastic fluids, besides the vibratory motion, whirl) must be conceived greatest in the...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1822 - 448 pages
...order to introduce the subject more intelligibly. " It seems possible" says the illustrious author " to account for all the phenomena of heat, if it be...velocity and, through the greatest space ; that in liquids and elastic fluids, besides the vibratory motion, which must be conceived greatest in the last,...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry: In which the Principles of the Science are ...

Andrew Ure - 1827 - 902 pages
...¿ble to amount for all the phenomena o(heat, If it be supposed that in solids the particles are hi a constant state of vibratory motion, the particles...velocity, and through the greatest space ; that in liquids and elasticfluids, besides the vibratory motion, which must be conceived greatest in the last,...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry ...

Andrew Ure - 1828 - 872 pages
...undulatory motion, or a motion of the panicles round their axes, or a motion of particles round each other. "It seems possible to account for all the phenomena...particles are in a constant state of vibratory motion, the panicles of the hottest bodies moving with the greatest velocity, and through the greatest space ;...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science ..., Volume 11

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington) - 826 pages
...motion, or a motion of the particles round their axes, or a motion of particles round each other. ' It seems possible to account for all the phenomena...motion, the particles of the hottest bodies moving wilh the greatest velocity, and through the greatest space; that in liquids and elastic fluids, besides...
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A London Encyclopaedia, Or Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volume 11

Thomas Curtis - 1829 - 806 pages
...motion, or a motion of the particles round their axes, or a motion of particles round each other. ' It seems possible to account for all the phenomena of heat, if it be supposed that in solids th>; particles are in a constant state of vibratory motio n, the particles of the hottest bodies moving...
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