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" ... negative energy, and the bases of the positive, do not remain in combination when either of them is brought into an electrical state opposite to its natural one. In the synthesis, on the contrary, the natural energies or attractions come in equilibrium... "
The Repertory of Patent Inventions, and Other Discoveries and Improvements ... - 131. oldal
1808
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London

1808
...natural energies or attractions come in equilibrium with each other ; and when these are in a low state at common temperatures, a slow combination is effected...offer confirmations of these general conclusions. * See Bakerian Lecture 1806, page 28 Phil. Trans. f»r 1807. MDCCCVIII. C IV. On the Properties and...

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

Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1808
...natural energies or attractions come in equilibrium with each other; and when these are in a low state at common temperatures, a slow combination is effected;...rapid union is the result; and as in other like cases witn the production of fire.—A number of circumstances relating to the agencies of the bases of the...

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

William Nicholson - 1808
...energies or attractions come in equilibrium with each other; and when these are iu a low state at comrnou temperatures,- a slow combination is effected : but when they are exalted by heat, a rapid uuiou is the result; and as iu other like cases with the production of tire. — A number of circumstances...

Conversations on Chemistry: In which the Elements of that Science are ...

Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand), Sir Humphry Davy - 1809 - 375 oldal
...natural energies or attractions come in equilibrium with each other ; and when these are in a low state at common temperatures, a slow combination is effected...are exalted by heat, a rapid union is the result, as in other like cases with the production of fire. A number of circumstances relating to the agencies...

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

1809
...natural energies or attractions come in. equilibrium with each other; and when these are in a low state at common temperatures, a slow combination is effected; but when they are exalted by heat, a rapid union'is the result, as in other like cases with the production of fire. A number of circumstances...

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

Edmund Burke - 1810
...tural energies or attractions come in equilibrium with each other ; and when thesa are in a low state at common temperatures, a slow combination is effected...result ; and as in other like cases with the production oi. fire. — A number of circumstances relating to the agencies of the bases of the alkalies will...

The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., 50. kötet

Edmund Burke - 1810
...come in equilibrium with each other ; and when these arc in a low statt* , at common températures, a slow combination is effected ; but when they are exalted by heat, a rapid union is the result ; anil as in other like cases with the production of fire. — A number of circumstances relating to...

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

Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand) - 1814 - 375 oldal
...natural energies or attractions come in equilibrium with each other ; and when these are in a low state at common temperatures, a slow combination is effected...they are exalted by heat, a rapid union is the result as in other like cases with the production of fire. A number of circumstances relating to the agencies...

The Library of Original Sources: 1800-1833

Oliver Joseph Thatcher - 1907
...natural energies or attractions come in equilibrium with each other ; and when these are in a low state at common temperatures, a slow combination is effected;...offer confirmations of these general conclusions. JOHN DALTON JOHN DALTON was born Sept. 5, 1766, in Cumberland, England, of a Quaker family. His father...

Philosophical Magazine

1808
...natural energies or attractions come in equilibrium with each other; and when these are in a low state at common temperatures, a slow combination is effected...A number of circumstances relating to the agencies ot the bases of the alkalis will be immediately stated, and will be found to offer confirmations of...




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