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Law of Heat

Law of Heat
"Atoms under the tension of chemical combination oscillate with an amplitude directly as the temperature, inversely as the pressure, and as the square of the specific heat. Diminishing the pitch of oscillation inversely as the square of the distance of the atoms apart, and simultaneously increasing the vibrating pitch of the atom by absorption of overtones and higher harmonics." Keely, 1894

See also

Fire
Flame
Heat
Law of Cycles
Law of Sono-thermity
Overtone
Overtone Series
Part 12 - Russells Locked Potentials
Radiant Energy
Sono-therm
Sono-thermism
Sono-thermity
Square Law

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