Definition of Sadi Carnot

1. Noun. French physicist who founded thermodynamics (1796-1832).

Exact synonyms: Carnot, Nicolas Leonard Sadi Carnot
Generic synonyms: Physicist



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Literary usage of Sadi Carnot

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1. History of Modern France, 1815-1913 by Emile Bourgeois (1919)
"The Presidency of Sadi Carnot (1887—1894). The resignation of Jules Grevy (Nov. 1887) took place in the very midst of a political crisis. ..."

2. The Theory of Heat by Thomas Preston (1904)
"The Work of Sadi Carnot.—At the time when Sadi Carnot wrote his celebrated essay (1824) on "The Motive Power of Heat,"1 the works of Rumford and Davy had ..."

3. A History of European Thought in the Nineteenth Century by John Theodore Merz (1903)
"For the purposes of Sadi Carnot, who noticed that upon the difference of temperature depended not only the flow of heat, but also the work it ..."

4. The Theory of Heat by Thomas Preston (1894)
"The Work of Sadi Carnot.—At the time when Sadi Carnot wrote his celebrated essay (1824) on "The Motive Power of Heat,"1 the works of Rumford and Davy had ..."

5. A History of the Third French Republic by Charles Henry Conrad Wright (1916)
"CHAPTER VI THE ADMINISTRATION OF Sadi Carnot December, 1887, to June, 1894 THE successor of Jules Grevy was Sadi Carnot, in many ways the best choice. ..."

6. The New York Times Current History (1919)
"The Street of Sadi Carnot, Béthune, France, showing the Mere Skeletons of Once Beautiful Buildings ..."

7. Modern European History by Charles Downer Hazen (1917)
"SADI-CARNOT chosen not, a moderate Re- Republic speaker, who sought to use the popular discontent for his own advancement. Made Minister of War in 1886, ..."

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