Papers Presented at a Symposium Held in New York City, November 1939, Under the Auspices of the American Institute of Physics with the Cooperation of National Bureau of Standards, National Research Council and Officers and Committees of American Ceramic Society et al. Cloth. Price, $11. Pp. 1,362, with illustrations. New York: Reinhold Publishing Corporation, 1941.
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This is an authoritative, well documented, extensive survey of the whole field of temperature. Of the twelve hundred and ninety-two pages of text, some two hundred and fifty are directly concerned with temperature and its regulation in man and temperature in biology. The rest of the book is concerned with the concept of temperature in the various natural sciences and in industry with quite complete discussions of theoretical points, as well as practical applications and new methods and apparatus. There are thirteen chapters, each made up of from six to fourteen papers by recognized authorities in the field, as well as an extensive appendix and an excellent author and subject index. Most papers presented have a complete bibliography up to November 1939, and there are also frequently included discussions of the paper by other authorities. The section on temperature in biology discusses such questions as the temperature limits of life,
Temperature: Its Measurement and Control in Science and Industry. JAMA. 1941;116(22):2553. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820220095027