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DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES 365 Temperature Cooling of Gases by Expansion Heat developed by Compression Change of State -Laws of Fusion and Solidification Heat consumed during Liquefaction -Liquefaction of Ice by Pressure -Kegel ation -Formation of Glaciers Passage of Liquid into Gas Heat absorbed in Evaporation -Vapour Tension of different Liquids -Cold oroduced by Evaporation -Laws of Ebullition -The Dew- ooint γ- ψ& Early and recent investigations on the Liquefaction of jases -Calorimetry -Methods of Measuring the Specific Heat of bodies Conduction of Heat -The Davy Lamp -Convection of ieat -The warming of buildings Conversion of Heat into Work and of Work into Heat Sources of Heat -Structure of Flame -The Steam Engine Lent Term On Light and Optical Instruments The Propagation of Light -Methods of Measuring its ntensity -Velocity of Light -Aberration -The Undulatory heory ד Reflexion and Refraction -Action of Mirrors Prisms and enses Chromatic Dispersion Physical conditions of naided Vision -Microscope Telescope Spectra of Incandescent Solids Liquids and Gases onstitution of the Sun and of various fixed Stars The Origin of Colour in bodies -The Eye and Vision olour-blindness and its Treatment Phosphorescence and Fluorescence Photography lolarised Light
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