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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-295

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EVENING CLASSES 295 III Measurement of Temperature Thermometer Law of Dilatation of Gases discovered by Dalton and Gay-Lussac the Air Thermometer Measurement of Gases Dilatation of Liquids and Solids by Heat IV Measuremeut of Quantities of Heat Capacity of Substances for Heat different Specific Heat of Substances found by Experiment Quantity of Heat required to convert Solid into Liquid or Liquid into Gas VI Theory that Heat is Substance called Caloric Theory that Heat is not Substance but con- dition of Substances dependent on the Motion of their Parts Arguments against the Caloric Theory Arguments in favour of the Dynamical Theory VII Energy or ability to perform Work Heat Form of Energy Estimate by Sequin of the amount of Work equivalent to Unit of Heat Experi- mental Determination by Joule of the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat VIII Dynamical Theory of Heat Conversion of Heat into Work and of Work into Heat Carno Con- ception of Perfect Engine Method of repre- senting Operations on Air or Steam by Diagrams Watts' Indicator IX Calculation of the Latent Heat" of Expansion Liquefaction and Evaporation and Comparison of Dynamical Theory with Experiment Principles of Air-Engines and Steam-Engines and their Efficacy XI The Perpetual Motion Doctrine of the Conservation of Energy and Transformation of Energy Me- chanical Equivalents of Heat and of Chemical and Electrical Action Value of Fuel
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