Rumford estimated the calorific power of a body by the number of parts, by weight, of water, which one part, by weight, of the body would, on perfect combustion, raise one degree in temperature. Thus, one pound of charcoal, in combining with 2f Ibs. Metallurgy: The Art of Extracting Metals from Their Ores, and Adapting Them ... - Seite 53von John Percy - 1861 - 635 SeitenVollansicht - Über dieses Buch
| John Tyndall - 1863 - 480 Seiten
...referred so often, for the first accurate determinations of the calorific power of fuel. ' Rumford **estimated the calorific power of a body by the number...weight, of the body would, on perfect combustion, raise** 1° in temperature. Thus one part, by weight, of charcoal, in combining with 2| parts of oxygen to... | |
| 1863 - 480 Seiten
...referred so often, for the first accurate determinations of the calorific power of fuel. ' Eumford **estimated the calorific power of a body by the number...weight, of the body would, on perfect combustion, raise** 1° in temperature. Thus one part, by weight, of charcoal, in combining with 2f parts of oxygen to... | |
| John Tyndall - 1866 - 480 Seiten
...have referred so often, for the first accurate determinations of the calorific power of fueL * Rumford **estimated the calorific power of a body by the number...weight, of the body would, on perfect combustion, raise** 1° in temperature. Thus one part, by weight, of charcoal, in combining with 2§- parts of oxygen to... | |
| John Tyndall - 1868 - 520 Seiten
...already often referred, for the first accurate determinations of the calorific power of fuel. ' Rumford **estimated the calorific power of a body by the number...combustion, raise one degree in temperature. Thus,** one pound of charcoal, in combining with 2f Ibs. of oxygen, to form carbonic acid, evolves heat sufficient... | |
| Frederick Charles Danvers - 1872 - 103 Seiten
...amounts of heat " evolved by the combustion of different bodies may be " accurately determined. Rumford **estimated the calorific " power of a body by the number...combustion, raise one degree in temperature. " Thus** one part by weight of charcoal in combining with " 2f of oxygen to form carbonic acid will evolve heat... | |
| Frederick Charles Danvers - 1872 - 103 Seiten
...amounts of heat ^ evolved by the combustion of different bodies may be ^ accurately determined. Rumford **estimated the calorific " power of a body by the number...perfect combustion, raise one degree in temperature.** u ° ne part by we ight of charcoal in combining with From calculations given by Dr. Percy relative... | |
| John Tyndall - 1873 - 532 Seiten
...already often referred, for the first accurate determinations of the calorific power of fuel. " Rumford **estimated the calorific power of a body by the number...perfect combustion, raise one degree in temperature.** Thns, one pound of charcoal, in combining with 2J Ibs. of oxygen, to form carbonic acid, evolves heat... | |
| John Percy - 1875 - 596 Seiten
...quantities of heat evolved by the combustion of different bodies may be accurately determined. Eumford **estimated the calorific power of a body by the number...combustion, raise one degree in temperature. Thus,** assuming the specific heat of water to be the same at all temperatures, and that J there is no conversion... | |
| John Percy - 1875 - 596 Seiten
...quantities of heat evolved by the combustion of different bodies may be accurately determined. , Eumford **estimated the calorific power of a body by the number of parts by weight of** K.iter which one part by weight of the body would, on perfect comtnstion, raise one degree in temperature.... | |
| John Tyndall - 1881 - 591 Seiten
...already often referred, for the first accurate determinations of the calorific power of fuel. " Rumford **estimated the calorific power of a body by the number...combustion, raise one degree in temperature. Thus,** one pound of charcoal, in combining with 2f Ibs. of oxygen, to form carbonic acid, evolves heat sufficient... | |
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