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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1870-1871-298

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EVENING CLASSES 297 Pressure of the Atmosphere Barometers Cause of Barometric Changes Circulation of the Atmo- sphere Determination of Heights by means of the Barometer VI General Effects of Heat on Solids and Liquids Linear and Cubical Expansion of Solids Pyro- meters Apparent and Absolute Expansion of Liquids VII Expansion of Gases Different Methods of showing Changes of Temperature Thermometers Cool- ing of Gases by Expansion Heat developed by Compression Dynamical Theory of Gases VIII Changes of Condition Laws of Fusion Solidifi- cation Change of the Temperature of the Fusing- point under different Circumstances Heat con- sumed during Liquefaction Liquefaction of Ice by Pressure Regelation The Formation 01 Glaciers IX Formation and Properties of Vapours Elastic Force of Vapours Cold produced by Evapora- tion The Dew-point Laws of Ebullition Condensation of Gases and Vapours Latent Heat Dynamical Theory of Heat Heat necessary for the Production of Steam Separation of Water into its Constituents by Heat Spheroidal Condi- tion of Liquids produced by Heat XI Specific Heat Methods of Measuring the Specific Heat of Bodies High Specific Heat of Water Specific Heat of Metals Conversion of Heat into Work and of Work into Heat Mechanical Equivalent of Heat The Steam Engine XII Sources of Heat Solar Heat Heat due to Che- mical Action Combustion Animal Heat Pro- duction of Heat by Pressure Friction and by Electric Currents
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