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" For a given pressure ebullition commences at a certain temperature, which varies in different liquids, but which, for equal pressures, is always the same in the same liquid. III. Whatever be the intensity of the source of heat, as soon as ebullition commences,... "
The Elements of Acoustics, Light, and Heat - Page 119
by John Charles Buckmaster - 1871 - 186 pages
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Elementary Treatise on Physics, Experimental and Applied: For the Use of ...

Adolphe Ganot, Edmund Atkinson - Physics - 1886 - 1054 pages
...temperature, *•*/. •'.-384] Tlworetical Explanation of Evaporation and Ebullition. 317 \-irifs in different liquids, but which, for equal pressures, is always the same in tlu same liquid. III. Whatci'tr be the intensity of the source ef heat, as soon as ebullition otgfns...
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The Fundamental Principles of Chemistry: Practically Taught, by a New Method

Robert Galloway - Chemistry - 1888 - 378 pages
...melting-point, or point of fusion. Ebullition, like fusion, for a given pressure commences at a certain temperature, which varies in different liquids, but...equal pressures, is always the same in the same liquid ; but this is not the case with evaporation, which takes place even with the same liquid at very different...
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A Text-book of Chemistry: Intended for the Use of Pharmaceutical and Medical ...

Samuel Philip Sadtler, Henry Trimble - Chemistry - 1894 - 968 pages
...boiling-point, increases with the pressure. 2. For a given pressure, ebullition begins at a certain temperature, which varies in different liquids, but...intensity of the source of heat, as soon as ebullition begins, the temperature of the liquid remains stationary. The influence of pressure referred to in...
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A Text-book of Chemistry, Volume 1

Samuel Philip Sadtler, Virgil Coblentz - Chemistry - 1900 - 950 pages
...only to identify, but to separate various fluids from one another by means of their boiling points. 3. Whatever be the intensity of the source of heat, as soon as ebullition begins the temperature of the liquid remains stationary. On introducing a thermometer into the vapors*...
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The Steam-engine and Other Heat-motors

William Henry Paul Creighton - Heat-engines - 1907 - 548 pages
...boiling-point, increases with the pressure. 2. For a given pressure ebullition begins at a certain temperature, which varies in different liquids, but...is always the same in the same liquid. 3. Whatever the source of heat as soon as ebullition begins, the temperature of the liquid remains stationary....
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Ventilation, Heating, and Lighting

William H. Maxwell - Heating - 1907 - 192 pages
...pressure is equal to the pressure of the atmosphere. For a given atmospheric pressure, whatever may be the intensity of the source of heat, as soon as...the temperature of the liquid remains stationary. By placing a vessel of water under the bell-jar of an air pump, and exhausting the air so as to produce...
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Laws of Physical Science: A Reference Book

Edwin Fitch Northrup - Physical laws - 1917 - 232 pages
...with the pressure. 2. For a given pressure boiling begins at a certain temperature, which varies for different liquids, but which, for equal pressures,...always the same in the same liquid. 3. Whatever be the rate of input of heat into the liquid, as soon as boiling begins the temperature of the liquid remains...
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Collected Scientific Papers of John Aitken ...

John Aitken, Royal Society of Edinburgh - Meteorology - 1923 - 638 pages
...laws of ebullition, marked II and III : " II. For a given pressure ebullition commences at a certain temperature, which varies in different liquids, but...pressures, is always the same in the same liquid. " III. Whatever be the intensity of the source of heat, as soon as ebullition commences, the temperature...
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collected scientific papers of john aitken

John Aitken, Cargill Gilston Knott - 634 pages
...laws of ebullition, marked II and III : " II. For a given pressure ebullition commences at a certain temperature, which varies in different liquids, but...pressures, is always the same in the same liquid. " III. Whatever be the intensity of the source of heat, as soon as ebullition commences, the temperature...
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