Rudolf Clausius Quote

The careful experiments of Joule, who developed heat in various ways by the application of mechanical force, establish almost to a certainty, not only the possibility of increasing the quantity of heat, but also the fact that the newly-produced heat is proportional to the work expended in its production.


First Memoir. - The Mechanical Theory of Heat (1867)

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The careful experiments of Joule, who developed heat in various ways by the application of mechanical force, establish almost to a certainty, not...

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The careful experiments of Joule, who developed heat in various ways by the application of mechanical force, establish almost to a certainty, not...

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The careful experiments of Joule, who developed heat in various ways by the application of mechanical force, establish almost to a certainty, not...

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The careful experiments of Joule, who developed heat in various ways by the application of mechanical force, establish almost to a certainty, not...