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A treatise on the steam engine in its application to mines, mills, steam ... - Page 117
by Artizan club (London, England) - 1851 - 258 pages
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 33

1874
...molecules." This law, taken in conneetion with that of Mariotte, " The volume of confined mass of gas is inversely proportional to the pressure to which it is exposed;" and that of Charles, " The volume of > given mass of gas, under a constant pressure, varies...
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Lessons in Elementary Chemistry

Henry Enfield Roscoe - Chemistry - 1866 - 398 pages
...Boyle's or Mariotte's Law, from the names of the discoverers : it states that the volume occupied by any gas is inversely proportional to the pressure to 'which it is subjected. Thus, for instance, the volume I under pressure I becomes the volume 2 under the pressure , the volume...
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First lessons in inorganic chemistry

Thomas Ward (F.C.S.) - 1870
...combustion tible. Combus. nor Supporter of Com. DEFINITIONS. 2J / Boyle-s Law. The volume occupied by any gas is inversely proportional to the pressure to which it is subjected. Par. 12. Gases Expand at the rate of one volume in 273 for every additional degree of heat according...
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First lessons in inorganic chemistry. [With] Solutions of questions

Thomas Ward (F.C.S.) - 1870
...a.smw/atmosphere. Hence, we have what is called Boyle's or Mariettas law that "The volume occupied by any gas is inversely proportional to the pressure to which it is subjected." That is, if the pressure is doubled, the gas will only occupy half the space, if trebled, only one-third...
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God in His works, 5 sermons

Henry Augustus Rawes - 1872
...few of the laws about gases. There is first Boyle's or Marriotte's law; the volume occupied by any gas is inversely proportional to the pressure to which it is subjected. Next there is this law : The densities of all the elements known in the gaseous state are identical...
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Hand-books of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy: Hydrostatics and pneumatics

Dionysius Lardner, George Carey Foster - Physics - 1874
...simple relation holds good within certain limits only, because Mariotte's law, that the volume of a gas is inversely proportional to the pressure to which it is subjected, upon which this relation is based, has been shown to be correct for all gases only within a certain...
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The New Chemistry

Josiah Parsons Cooke - Chemistry - 1874 - 326 pages
...principle which I wished to enforce. The principle, in a few words, is this : The volume of a confined mass of gas is inversely proportional to the pressure to which it is exposed : the smaller the pressure the larger the volume, and the greater the pressure the less the...
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Chemistry

Albert James Bernays - 1874 - 128 pages
...altered, the volume of the air is altered too. In the language of science, the volume occupied by a gas is inversely proportional to the pressure to which it is subjected. If the pressure be -doubled, the volume of a gas is halved ; if the pressure be -halved, the volume...
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The Aryan Origin of the Gaelic Race and Language: Showing the Present and ...

Ulick Joseph Bourke - Celts - 1875 - 512 pages
...have a constant ratio to one another." And in gases, Boyle's law shows that the volume occupied by any gas is inversely proportional to the pressure to which it is subjected. And this law the densities of all the elements known in the gaseous state are identical with their...
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The medical vocabulary

Robert Fowler - 1875
...exposition of the Modern Chemistry. Law of Boyle, or of Mariotte. Chem. The volume of a confined mass of gas is inversely proportional to the pressure to which it is exposed : the smaller the pressure the larger the volume, and the greater the pressure the less the...
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