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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... "
Elements of chemistry: theoretical and practical - Page 211
by William Allen Miller - 1863
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The Elements of Physics

Thomas Webster - 1837 - 512 pages
...motion, or -a motion of particles round their axes, or a motion of particles round each other.' Again, ' it seems possible to account for all the phenomena...be supposed that in solids the particles are in a state of vibratory motion, the particles of the hottest moving with the greatest velocity, and through...
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The Earth: Its Physical Condition and Most Remarkable Phenomena

William Mullinger Higgins - 1838 - 426 pages
...particles round their axes, or a motion of particles round each other. " It seems possible to account for the phenomena of heat, if it be supposed that in solids...with the greatest velocity, and through the greatest apace : that in liquids and elastic fluids, besides the vibratory motion, which must be conceived greatest...
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The domestic gardener's manual

John Towers (C.M.H.S.) - 1839 - 746 pages
...Humphry Davy does not appear to admit the materiality of heat, or to consider it as a specific fluid. " It seems possible to account for all the phenomena of heat, if it be conceived that in solids the particles are in a constant state of vibratory motion; the particles of...
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The Magazine of Science, and Schools of Art, Volume 2

1841 - 444 pages
...undulatory 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...greatest velocity, and through the greatest space ; that la liquids and elastic fluids, besides the vibratory motion, which must be conceived greatest in the...
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Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge ..., Volume 4

Encyclopaedia - 1845 - 876 pages
...motion of particles round each other " 327 Нмь " It seems possible to account for all the phenomena heat, if it be supposed that in solids the particles...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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Elements of Experimental and Natural Philosophy ...

Jabez Hogg - 1853 - 390 pages
...motion, or a motion of particles round their axes, or a motion of particles round each other. Again, it seems possible to account for all the phenomena...be supposed that in solids the particles are in a state of vibratory motion, the particles of the hottest moving with the greatest velocity, and through...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1857 - 1142 pages
...demonstrative of the immateriality of heat, enunciated the beautiful hypothesis of a rotatory motion. He says, "It seems possible to account for all the phenomena...supposed that in solids the particles are in a constant stateof vibratory motion, the particles of the hottest bodies moving with the greatest velocity and...
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On Matter and Ether, Or, The Secret Laws of Physical Change

Thomas Rawson Birks - 1862 - 254 pages
...explain, by the present hypothesis, the liquefaction of solids. Sir H. Davy remarked, long ago : " It seems possible to account for all the phenomena...in solids, the particles are in a constant state of vibration, those of the hottest bodies moving with the greatest velocity ; and that in liquids and...
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On Matter and Ether, Or, The Secret Laws of Physical Change

Thomas Rawson Birks - 1862 - 240 pages
...explain^ by the /present hypothesis, the liquefaction of solids. Sir H. Davy remarked, long ago: " It seems possible to account for all the phenomena...in solids, the particles are in a constant state of vibration, those of the hottest bodies moving with the greatest velocity; and that in liquids and elastic...
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The Methodist Quarterly Review, Volume 25; Volume 47

1865 - 648 pages
...heat by friction. In his Chemical Philosophy, page 95, he thus states his opinion on this point : " It seems possible to account for all the phenomena...besides the vibratory motion, which must be conceived the greatest in the last, the particles have a motion round their own axis, with different velocities,...
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