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" Is not the heat of the warm room conveyed through the vacuum by the vibrations of a much subtiler medium than air, which, after the air was drawn out remained in the vacuum? "
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Pagina 15
1802
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An Essay on the Investigation of the First Principles of Nature: Together ...

Felix O'Gallagher - 1785 - 399 pagina’s
...through bodies, efcape the fagacity of Sir Ifaac Newton, (See 18 Query.) ' Is not, faid he, the heat of a warm ' room conveyed through the vacuum by the * vibrations of a much fubtiler medium than * air ? And is not this medium the fame with ' that medium by which light is refracted...
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Volumes 1-2

William Nicholson - 1802
...electric and magnetic effluvia, and gravi" latir.g principle, feem lo argue fuch variety." (Birch. Hift. of RS Vol. III. p. 249. Dec. 1675.) " Is not the heat...conveyed through the vacuum by the vibrations of a much fubtiter medium than " a'r? And is not this medium the farae with that medium by " which light is refracied...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 13

1809
...warm ahnoft as foon as a thermometer not in vacua. ' Is not the heat, therefore, ' faid he, ' of a warm room conveyed through the vacuum by the vibrations of a much Subtler medium than air, which, after the air was drawn out, remained in the vacuum ? ' Again, he fays,...
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Observations on the hypotheses which have been assumed to account for the ...

Samuel Vince - 1806 - 26 pagina’s
...warm almost as soon as a thermometer which is not in vacuo. Is not the heat of a warm room therefore conveyed through the vacuum by the vibrations of a much subtiler medium than air, which, after the air was drawn out, remained in the vacuum ?" (Quœry 18). Again, " Doth not the refraction...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 13

1809
...grow warm almoft as foon as a thermometer not in vacuo. ' Is not the heat, therefore,' faid he, * of a warm room conveyed through the vacuum by the vibrations of a much fubtler medium than air, which, after the air was drawn out, reimained in the vacuum ?' Again, he fays,...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry, on the Basis of Mr. Nicholson's: In ..., Volume 2

Andrew Ure - 1821 - 19 pagina’s
...theory of light, or of a luminiferous ether pervading the universe, rare and elastic in a high degree. " Is not the heat (of the warm room) conveyed through...medium the same with that medium by which light is reflected and refracted, and by whose vibrations light communicates heat to bodies, and is put into...
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Astronomy, as it is Known at the Present Day: With an Account of the Nature ...

George G. Carey - 1825 - 166 pagina’s
...the electric and magnetic effluvia, and gravitating principle, seem to argue such variety, " Is uot the heat (of the warm room) conveyed through the vacuum...not this medium the same with that medium by which it is refracted and reflected, and by whose vibrations light communicates heat to bodies, and is put...
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Journal, Volume 2

1833
...the cold place, the thermometer in vacuo will grow cold, almost as soon as the other thermometer." " Is not the heat of the warm room conveyed through...the vibrations of a much subtiler medium than air, which, after the air was drawn out, remained in the vacuum ? and is not this medium the same with that...
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The Monthly magazine

Monthly literary register - 1839
...quotation from " Newton's Optics" contains some of that great philosopher's opinions on the subject. — "Is not the heat of the warm room conveyed through...medium the same with that medium by which light is reflected and refracted, and by whose vibrations light communicates heat to bodies, and is put into...
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Facts in Mesmerism, with reasons for a dispassionate inquiry into it

Chauncy Hare Townshend - 1840
...into the cold place, the thermometer in vacuo will grow cold almost as soon as the other thermometer. Is not the heat of the warm room conveyed through...the vibrations of a much subtiler medium than air, which, after the air was drawn out, remained in the vacuum ? And is not this medium the same with that...
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