| 1897
...porous plug. He found that for any gas, kept at the same initial temperature, the cooling effects were **proportional to the difference of pressure on the two sides of the plug.** He also found-that, for any one gas, the cooling effect per unit difference of pressure varies approximately... | |
| John Parker - 1891 - 408 pągines
...charcoal, the change in the volume of the charcoal is practically zero, f\v\ we see that -K , which refers **to the difference of pressure on the two sides of the plug,** is equal to -~ . The meaning d" of this result, which has only been proved for an infinitesimal difference... | |
| Joseph Sweetman Ames - 1898 - 106 pągines
...plug from a state of high to one of low pressure. Various pressures were employed, with the resalt **(indicated by the authors in their Part II.) that...tried at various temperatures, ranging from 5= to** 9S° Cent.; and have shown that the thermal effect, if one of cooling, is approximately proportional... | |
| Edgar Buckingham - 1900 - 205 pągines
...plug, while the other gases used became slightly colder. This change of temperature was found to be **approximately proportional to the difference of pressure on the two sides of the plug.** Since the operation to which the gas is subjected is adiabatic, the increase of the internal energy... | |
| Cambridge Philosophical Society - 1904
...sides of the plug. From Joule and Thomson's experiments the temperature change observed was found to be **approximately proportional to the difference of pressure on the two sides of the plug,** so that assuming this proportionality to hold, we should have -r- independent of p ; in other words... | |
| Edgar Buckingham - 1907 - 57 pągines
...infinitesimals. But the experiments appear to have shown that the ratio of the change of temperature **to the difference of pressure on the two sides of the plug** is, for small pressures at all events, constant and independent of both the fall of pressure and the... | |
| 1898
...porous plug ; and he found that the effects for any one gas kept at the same initial temperature were **proportional to the difference of pressure on the two sides of the plug** (Reprinted Papers, vol. i. pp. 333-455). He also found that the cooling effect for any one gas per... | |
| C L Arora - 2010
...hydrogen a heating of 0.03 °C per atmosphere was observed. (/(') The fall in temperature was found to be **proportional to the difference of pressure on the two sides of the** porous plug. The greater the difference of pressure the higher was the temperature difference. (/'//')... | |
| Institute of Physics and the Physical Society - 1899
...porous plug ; and he found that the effects for any one gas kept at the same initial temperature were **proportional to the difference of pressure on the two sides of the plug** (Reprinted Papers, vol. i. pp. 333—455). He also found that the cooling effect for any one gas per... | |
| 1904
...sides of the plug. From Joule and Thomson's experiments the temperature change observed was found to be **approximately proportional to the difference of pressure on the two sides of the plug,** so that \o assuming this proportionality to hold, we should have -r— independent of p ; in other... | |
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