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" The quantity of heat lost or gained by a body in a second is proportional to the difference between its temperature and that of .the surrounding medium. "
The Origin and Economy of Energy in the Universe ... - Page 239
by Israel Kaufman - 1903 - 422 pages
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The popular educator, Volumes 5-6

Popular educator - 1854
...following law on the cooling or hea-.in; of bodies: — The quantity of heat which a body loses or gal per second, is proportional to the difference between...its temperature and that of the surrounding medium. MM. Dulong and Petit have shown that this law is not general, as Newton supposed, and that it is only...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1872
...furnace to a temperature of 3,000 F., has been carefully measured. Sir Isaac Newton assumed that the quantity of heat lost or gained by a body in a given time is proportional to the difference between its temperatr.re and that of the surrounding medium....
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Science - 1872
...furnace to a temperature of 3,000 F., has been carefully measured. Sir Isaac Newton assumed that the quantity of heat lost or gained by a body in a given time is proportional to the difference between its temperatrre and that of the surrounding medium....
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An Elementary Treatise on Steam

John Perry - Steam - 1874 - 412 pages
...the same heat that they give out. (4.) The quantity of heat lost or gained in radiation or absorption by a body in a second is proportional to the difference between its temperature and that of surrounding bodies, when this difference is small. (5.) Good absorbers are good radiators, and bad...
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Hand-books of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy: Heat

Dionysius Lardner - Physics - 1877
...that they are not strictly true. Thus it is assumed that Newton-s law of cooling (which asserts that the quantity of heat lost or gained by a body in a...its temperature and that of the surrounding medium) holds true for all parts of the surface. Now, Dulong and Petit, as will be shown afterwards, have proved...
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Elementary Treatise on Physics: Experimental and Applied, for the Use of ...

Adolphe Ganot - Physics - 1877 - 923 pages
...greater. Newton has enunciated the following law in reference to the cooling or heating of a body : The quantity of heat lost or gained by a body in a...its temperature and that of .the surrounding medium. Dulong and Petit have proved that this law is not so general as Newton supposed, and only applies where...
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Handbook of Natural Philosophy: Heat

Dionysius LARDNER - 1877 - 450 pages
...that they are not strictly true. Thus it is assumed that Newton's law of cooling (which asserts that the quantity of heat lost or gained by a body in a...its temperature and that of the surrounding medium) holds true for all parts of the surface. Now, Dulong and Petit, as will be shown afterwards, have proved...
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Elementary Treatise on Physics Experimental and Applied for the Use of ...

Adolphe Ganot - Physics - 1883 - 1005 pages
...greater. Newton enunciated the following law in reference to the cooling or heating of a body : — The quantity of heat lost or gained by a body in a...proportional to the difference between its temperature and tliat of ///<• stirrounding medium. Dulong and Petit have proved that this law is not so general...
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Elementary Treatise on Physics, Experimental and Applied: For the Use of ...

Adolphe Ganot - Physics - 1886 - 949 pages
...greater. Newton enunciated the following law in reference to the cooling or beating of a body : — The quantity of heat lost or gained by a body in a second ••: proportional to the difference between its temperature and that of the sttr'•••jnding...
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Elementary Treatise on Physics, Experimental and Applied, for the Use of ...

Adolphe Ganot, Edmund Atkinson - Physics - 1893 - 1115 pages
...is greater. Newton enunciated the following law in reference to the cooling heating of a body : — The quantity of heat lost or gained by a body in a is proportional to the difference between its temperature and that of the rounding medium. Dulong and...
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