by Charles Edward Lucke
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1912
Number of pages: 1228
Calculations about heat as a form of energy, and about work, another related form, both of them in connection with changes in the condition of all sorts of substances that may give or take heat, and perform or receive work while changing condition, constitute the subject matter of this book.
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