Boy's Mechanical Equivalent of Heat Apparatus, 1884

Made:
1884 in Cambridge
inventor:
Charles Vernon Boys
and
Charles Vernon Boys
and
maker:
The Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company
and
The Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company
and

Boy's apparatus for determining the mechanical equivalent of heat by The Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, Cambridge, England, 1884. From The Physical Laboratory of the Science and Arts Department, South Kensington.

Boy's apparatus for determining the mechanical equivalent of heat

Details

Category:
Heat
Object Number:
1887-28
Materials:
brass (copper, zinc alloy), copper (metal), plastic (unidentified) and steel (metal)
Measurements:
annulus: 78 mm x x , 110 mm,
type:
laboratory equipment (physics)
taxonomy:
  • tools and equipment
credit:
Normal School of Science (Physical Laboratory)