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" By a unit of heat is meant the quantity of heat necessary to raise the temperature of one kilogramme of water one degree centigrade, or more accurately from 0° to 1°. "
Elementary Treatise on Physics, Experimental and Applied - Pągina 348
per Adolphe Ganot, Edmund Atkinson - 1868 - 861 pągines
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The Second Step in Chemistry: Or, The Student's Guide to the Higher Branches ...

Robert Galloway - 1864 - 774 pągines
...of bodies. 1289. The unit chosen for comparison, and called the unit of heat, or the thermal vnit, is not everywhere the same. In France it is the quantity...raise the, temperature of one kilogramme of water, or one gramme, from 0° to 1» C. The English unit of heat is the quantity of heat required to raise...
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The Second Step in Chemistry: Or, The Student's Guide to the Higher Branches ...

Robert Galloway - 1864 - 774 pągines
...expressed in numbers in relation to that of water ; these numbers are termed the specific heats of bodies. same. In France it is the quantity of heat necessary...raise the temperature of one kilogramme of water, or one gramme, from 0" to 1" C. The English unit of heat is the quantity of heat required to raise...
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Philosophical Magazine: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Applied ...

1868
...of heat evolved and the mass and specific heat &c. of the matter heated. By a unit of heat is meant the quantity of heat necessary to raise the temperature of one kilogramme of water one degree Centigrade, or, more accurately, from 0° to 1°. II. Every 18 grammes of water is a combination...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volums 17-18

1868
...heat evolved, and the mass and specific heat, &c., of the matter heated. By a unit of heat is meant the quantity of heat necessary to raise the temperature of one kilogramme of water one degree Centigrade, or more accurately from o° to i". » Mr. Hartley, of the firm of Messrs. Wright...
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The Artizan: A Monthly Record of the Progress of Civil and ..., Volum 26

1868
...heat evolved, and the mass ana specific heat, &c., of the matter heated. By a uuit of heat is meant the quantity of heat necessary to raise the temperature of one kilogramme of water one degree centigrade, or more accurately from 0D to 1°. Every 18 gramme* of water is a combination...
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Railway Economy: Use of Counter-pressure Steam in the Locomotive Engine as a ...

L. Le Chatelier - 1869 - 68 pągines
...kilogramme gives up when its temperature descends to 0° is equal to 178-017 calories,1 accord1 A calorie is the quantity of heat necessary to raise the temperature of one kilogramme of water from 0° to 1° Centigrade. The thermal unit employed in Britain is, the, quantity of heat which corresponds...
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., Volum 5

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1869
...heat evolved, and the mass and specific heat, &c., of the matter heated. By a unit of heat is meant the quantity of heat necessary to raise the temperature of one kilogramme of water one degree centigrade, or more accurately from 0 ° to 1°. n. Every 18 grammes of water is a combination...
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Natural philosophy, tr. and ed. from Cours élémentaire de physique by E ...

Adolphe Ganot, Edmund Atkinson - 1875 - 542 pągines
...weight of a known substance, such as water. The unit chosen by comparison, and called the thermal wit, is not everywhere the same. In France it is the quantity...calorie. In this book we shall adopt, as a thermal unit, th? quantity of heat ncctisary to raise one pound of water through one degree Centigrade : I calorie...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volum 25;Volum 88

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1877
...Atlantic. Having arrived at this relative value of the lleating power of the Gulf Stream, * A unit of heat is the quantity of heat necessary to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit. he next endeavors to form some idea of its absolute value...
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Elements of Modern Chemistry

Adolphe Wurtz - 1884 - 770 pągines
...harmonize results for comparison, the kilogramme degree is selected as the unit of energy, representing the quantity of heat necessary to raise the temperature...kilogramme of water through one degree centigrade. This unit is termed a calorie, and the heat of formation or decomposition of a compound is expressed by...
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