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" Experiments on the Solar and on the Terrestrial Rays that occasion Heat; with a comparative View of the Laws to which Light and Heat, or rather the Rays which occasion them, are subject, in order to determine whether they are the same or different. "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 1028
1802
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Philosophical Transactions, Volumes 71-120

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Science - 1775
...invisible rays of the sun. - - - — 284 Experiments on the solar and on the terrestrial rays that occasion heat ; with a comparative view of the laws to which light and heat are subject. Part I. - ' ' - - — 29 Vol. Pige. HERSCHEL,* Sir WILLIAM, Knt., LL. D. Experiments on...
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Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and the Arts: Illustrated with ...

William Nicholson - 1801
...volume. 15. Experiments on the folar, and on the terreftrial rays that occafion heat ; with a cpmparative view of the laws to which light and heat, or rather...determine whether they are the fame, or different. By William 3 C a Herfchel, Herfchel, LLDFRS (fee p. 360 of this number). 16. Chemical experiments "on...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1801
...third, divided into two» parts, " Experiments on the folar and the terreftrial Rays that occafion Heat, with a comparative View of the Laws to which Light and Heat, or rather the Rsys that occafion them, are fubjefr, in orderto determine whether tliey are the fame or different."...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 17

English literature - 1801
...comparative ¡flew of the Laws to which Light and Heat, er rather the Rayi which occafton them, are futjefi, in Order to determine whether they are t-he fame, or different. By William Hcrfchel, LL. DFRS This third, and elaborate paper, by the fame author, may be confidered as...
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Allgemeines Journal der Chemie, Volume 7

Chemistry - 1801
...Aimalen B. VII. ®. 137 ~" 'î^. 3- Experiments on the folar and on the terieftrial fays that occaliou heat; with a comparative view of the laws to which light and neat , or rather the ray* which -occafion them, are lubject, in order to determine •whether they...
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Volume 4

William Nicholson - Science - 1801
...on the folar and on the terrejlrial Rays that .eccajion Heat; with a comparative View of the Law s to which Light and Heat, or rather the Rays which occafion them, arcfubje3, in order to determine whether they are the fame or different. By WILLIAM HERSCBEt, LL.DFRS*....
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Monatliche Correspondenz zur Beförderung der Erd- und Himmels- Kunde, Volume 3

Astronomy - 1801
...view of the l.ivv« to which light »öd heat or laLher the raya vvliich occalion them , are fubject in Order to determine •whether they are the fame or different. By pp. Her. fchel P. II. 553 XLI V- Ueber difi-bej .dem, AjJrjJ.IIefte befindliche Per•ftfclie Karte....
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Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and the Arts: Illustrated with ...

William Nicholson - 1802
...complex than in the elective affinities. VI. Experiments on the Solar and on the Terre/lrial Rays that occajion Heat ; with a comparative View of the Laws...to which Light and Heat, or rather the Rays which occafton them are fubjeR, in order to determine whether they are the fame or different. By WAI, HERSQHELLt...
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Volume 5

William Nicholson - Science - 1802
...Experiments on tf>f Solar and on the Terreflrial Rays that otcajion Heat ; -with a comparative Finv of the Laws to which Light and Heat, or rather the Rays which occafton them art fubjeft, in order to determine -whether they are the fame or. different. By WM. HE.s.SCHS.Ll^...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 19

1802
...comparative View of the Laws it which Light and Heat, or rather the Rays which occaßan them, art fubjtcl, in Order to determine whether they are the fame, or different. By William Herfchel, LL. DFRS Part II. " 'In the firft part," fays this author, " of this paper it has...
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