convection

[ kuh n-vek-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF convection

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"Yes, it makes its own ventilation; convection," Jacquemont said.

The Convection declared these assemblies to be illegal, and ordered their dissolution.

Thus, heat may be transmitted either by conduction, convection, or radiation.

Convection applies to the transmission of heat through liquids and gases.

This was placed in the room and provided heat by conduction, convection, and radiation.

It explains the law of convection, or heat distribution, over the surface of the globe.

But the ocean gathers its heat by convection from the earth.

Owing, also, to this law of convection, the constituents of the air are equalised.

This mode of propagation may better be described as a convection of excitation.

But heat may be conveyed by means of what is known as radiation, and also by convection.

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