Science and the Enlightenment Quiz

Thomas L. Hankins
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

In Chapter 5, Ingen-Housz was able to show in his "Experiments on Vegetables" that it was ________ not ________, that was essential for the production of oxygen by the leaves. (from Chapter 5, Natural History and Physiology)

2.

Newton had not made it clear whether the forces acting between the planets and between the parts of matter acted at a distance or through some intervening medium called a(n) ________. (from Chapter 3, Experimental Physics)

3.

________'s emphasis on the repulsive or expansive property of air, led naturally to an emphasis on the expansive properties of the even more subtle fluids of heat and electricity. (from Chapter 3, Experimental Physics)

4.

Joseph Priestly and Henry Cavendish continued to use the term ________ for the action of fire in combustion, in Chapter 4. (from Chapter 4, Chemistry)

5.

In Chapter 4, who found that many liquids cooled on evaporation: the more volatile the liquid, the greater the amount of cooling? (from Chapter 4, Chemistry)

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