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Elements of Physics: Or, Natural Philosophy, General and Medical ..., Том 1
Полный просмотр - 1829
allow animals appear atmosphere beautiful becomes bending body boiling bottom called cause centre coal cold colors coming common comparative complete considerable cooled dark described direction distance earth effect enters equal existence expansion experiment explained fact fall feet fire flame focus force freezing give given glass greater hand heat held human important increase instance intense kind known larger lens less light liquid looking mass means measure Medical melting mercury merely metal mirror moon nature nearly object observed opening oxygen painting particles passing perfect person picture placed present produce proportion proved quantity rays reason received reflected refraction remain remarkable represented respect retina rising seen shadow side situation solid soon space spectator spreading steam substance supposed surface telescope temperature thermometer tion true vapor vessel volume warm whole winter
Стр. 90 - Sulphur melts ------- 226 Water boils ....... 212 A compound of three parts of tin, five of lead, and eight of Bismuth melts - - - - - - - 210 Alcohol boils 174...
Стр. 59 - ... 180°, — their bulk being therefore doubled from the same standard point by about 500°. This general truth holds, not only with respect to the more permanent airs or gases, but also with respect to all steams or vapours in the dry state, that is, when not in contact with the liquid producing them. The...
Стр. 241 - THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES, EDITED BY ISAAC HAYS, MD, is published Quarterly, on the first of January, April, July, and October. Each number contains at least two hundred and eighty large octavo pages, handsomely and appropriately illustrated, wherever necessary.
Стр. 122 - It is one of the remarkable facts in nature, that living animal bodies, and to a certain degree living vegetables also, have the property of maintaining in themselves a peculiar temperature, whether surrounded by bodies that are hotter or colder than they. Captain Parry's sailors, during the polar winter, where they were breathing air that froze mercury, still had in them...