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" ... oxygen ; potash, 83.3 metal and 16.7 oxygen. It is particularly remarkable, that according to the above-mentioned gentleman's essay on the Decomposition and Composition of the fixed alkalies, in the Philosophical Transactions (a copy of which essay... "
The Repertory of Patent Inventions, and Other Discoveries and Improvements ... - 186. oldal
1808
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London

1808
...care, but in which the proportion of the bases was still more minute: the largest quantity of oxygene indicated by these experiments was, for potash 17,...potash as composed of about 6 parts basis and 1 of oxygene; and soda, as consisting of 7 basis and 2 oxygene. VII. Some general Observations on the Relations...

The Repertory of arts and manufactures [afterw.] arts, manufactures and ...

Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1808
...was performed with great qare, but in which the proportion of the bases was. still more minute: the largest quantity of oxygen indicated by these experiments was, for potash 17, and for soda 26 parts in 10Q, and the smallest 13 and 19 ; and, comparing all the estimations, it will probably be a good approximation...

New York Medical and Philosophical Journal and Review, 1. kötet

1809
...was performed with great care, but in which the proportion of the basis was still more minute. The largest quantity of oxygen indicated by these experiments was, for potash 17, and for soda 28 parts in 100, and the smallest 13 and 19; and, comparing all the estimations, it will, probably,...

The Life of Sir Humphry Davy, Bart

John Ayrton Paris - 1831
...the proportions of their constituent parts ; and in comparing all his results, he thinks that it will be a good approximation to the truth, to consider potash as composed of about six parts base and one of oxygen ; and soda, as consisting of seven base and two of oxygen. The discovery...

The Life of Sir Humphry Davy, Bart., LL.D.: Late President of the Royal ...

John Ayrton Paris - 1831 - 547 oldal
...the proportions of their constituent parts ; and in comparing all his results, he thinks that it will be a good approximation to the truth, to consider potash as composed of about six parts base and one of oxygen ; and soda, as consisting of seven base and two of oxygen. The discovery...

Foundations of the Atomic Theory

John Dalton, William Hyde Wollaston, Thomas Thomson - 1893 - 48 oldal
...Philosophical Transactions (a copy of which essay he has just favoured me with) it appears that " the largest quantity of oxygen indicated by these experiments...soda, 26 parts in 100, and the smallest 13 and 19." ON SUPER-ACID AND SUB-ACID SALTS. BY WILLIAM HYDE WOLLASTON, MD, Sec. RS* Read Jan. 28, 1808. IN the...

Foundations of the Atomic Theory

John Dalton, William Hyde Wollaston, Thomas Thomson - 1893 - 48 oldal
...Philosophical Transactions (a copy of which essay he has just favoured me with) it appears that " the largest quantity of oxygen indicated by these experiments was for potash 17, and for soda, 26 parts in ico, and the smallest 13 and 19." ON SUPER-ACID AND SUB-ACID SALTS. BY WILLIAM HYDE WOLLASTON, MD,...

The Decomposition of the Fixed Alkalies and Alkaline Earths

Sir Humphry Davy - 1906 - 51 oldal
...and Phil. page 287. proportion of the bases was still more minute : the largest quantity of oxygene indicated by these experiments was, for potash 17,...consider potash as composed of about 6 parts basis and i of oxygene ; and soda, as consisting of 7 basis and 2 oxygene. VII. Some general Observations on...

The Library of Original Sources, 8. kötet

Oliver Joseph Thatcher - 1907
...Philosophical Transactions (a copy of which essay he has just favoured me with) it appears that "the largest quantity of oxygen indicated by these experiments...soda, 26 parts in 100, and the smallest 13 and 19." GAY-LUSSAC JOSEPH LEWIS GAY-LUSSAC was born at St. Leonard, France, Dec. 6, 1778. He was educated at...

Cambridge Readings in the Literature of Science: Being Extracts from the ...

Sir William Cecil Dampier Dampier, Margaret Dampier Dampier - 1924 - 275 oldal
...Philosophical Transactions (a copy of which essay he has just favoured me with) it appears that " the largest quantity of oxygen indicated by these experiments was, for potash 17, and for sooa, 26 parts in 100, and the smallest 13 and 19." In the sequel, the facts and experiments from which...




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