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" The presence of water appearing thus to prevent any decomposition, I used potash in igneous fusion. By means of a stream of oxygene gas from a gasometer applied to the flame of a spirit lamp, which was thrown on a platina spoon containing potash, this... "
New York Medical and Philosophical Journal and Review - 59. oldal
1809
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London

1808
...and hydrogene and oxygene disengaged with the production of much heat and violent effervescence. The presence of water appearing thus to prevent any decomposition,...potash in igneous fusion. By means of a stream of oxygene gas from a gasometer applied to the flame of a spirit lamp, which was thrown on a platina spoon...

The Repertory of Patent Inventions, and Other Discoveries and Improvements ...

1808
...and hydrogen and ox.ygen disengaged with the production of much heat and violent effervescence. The presence of water appearing thus to prevent any decomposition,...By means of a stream of oxygen gas from a gasometer ap- . pjied to the flame of a spirit lamp, which was thrown on a platiua spoon containing potash, this...

A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, 19-20. kötet

William Nicholson - 1808
...composition, I used potash in igneous fusion. By mean* of a stream of o^xi^en gas from a gas-meter applied to the flame of a spirit lamp, which was thrown on a platina spoon containg potash, this alkali wag kept for some minutes in a connected with strong red heat, and in...

The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

1809
...apparatus, and an unsuccessful attempt to effect the wished for decomposition, he says— » ' The presence of water appearing thus to prevent any decomposition, I used potash hi igneous fusion. By means of astream of oxygen gas from a gazometer applied to the flama of a spirit...

The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, 50. kötet

1810
...hydro, gciie and oxygene disengaged with the production of much heat and violent effervescence. The presence of water appearing thus to prevent any decomposition,...potash in igneous fusion. By means of a stream of oxygene gas from a gasometer applied to the flame of a spirit lamp, which •was thrown on a platina...

The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1810
...disengaged with the production of much heat and violent effervescence. The presence of water appearing fhus to prevent any decomposition, I used potash in igneous fusion. By means of a stream of oxygène gas from a gasometer applied to the flame of a spirit lamp, which was thrown on a platina...

Conversations on Chemistry...: To which are Added, Some Late Discoveries On ...

Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand) - 1814 - 375 oldal
...oxygen disengaged with the production of much heat and violent effervescence. .The presence of wa. ter appearing thus to prevent any decomposition, I used potash in igneous fusion. Uy means of a stream of oxygen gas from a gasometer applied to the flame of a spirit lamp, which was...

The Artist's Guide and Mechanic's Own Book: Embracing the Portion of ...

James Pilkington - 1847 - 482 oldal
...fusion. The potass was contained in a platina spoon, and was kept perfectly fused in a strong red heat, by means of a stream of oxygen gas, from a gasometer applied to the flame of a spirit-lamp. The spoon was preserved in communication with the positive side of the battery of the...

Electricity One Hundred Years Ago & To-day ...

Edwin James Houston - 1894 - 199 oldal
...hydrogene and oxygene disengaged with the production of much heat and violent effervescence." " The presence of water appearing thus to prevent any decomposition,...potash in igneous fusion. By means of a stream of oxygene gas from a gasometer applied to the flame of a spirit lamp, which was thrown on a platina spoon...

Electricity in Every-day Life ...

Edwin James Houston - 1904
...the circuit, and to the conducting power and degree of concentration of the materials employed "The presence of water appearing thus to prevent any decomposition,...gasometer applied to the flame of a spirit lamp, which was d«tro°n thrown on a platina spoon containing potash, this dcc™mpl alkali was kept for some minutes...




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