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" When the basis of soda is exposed to the atmosphere, it immediately tarnishes, and by degrees becomes covered with a white crust, which deliquesces much more slowly than the substance which forms on the basis of potash. It proves, on minute examination,... "
The Repertory of Patent Inventions, and Other Discoveries and Improvements ... - 177. oldal
1808
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London

1808
...produced by the basis of potash ; but with such characteristic differences as might be well expected. When the basis of soda is exposed to the atmosphere,...examination, to be pure soda. The basis of soda combines with oxygene slowly, and without luminous appearance at all common temperatures; and when heated, this combination...

The Monthly magazine, 27. kötet

Monthly literary register - 1809
...soda, arc in many respects, analogous to thuae produced by the basis of potash: when exposed tn ilie 'atmosphere, it immediately tarnishes, and by degrees becomes covered with a white criibt, «Inch deliquesces much more bio» I y tl.au the substance that forms on the basis of potash,...

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

William Nicholson - 1808
...atmosphere, it Action of the immediately tarnish.es, and by decrees becomes covered with"3'1 on il> a white crust, which, deliquesces much more slowly...proves, on minute examination, to be pure soda. The bash of soda combines with oxi^-en slowly, and with- of oxigan. ont any luminous appearance, at all...

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

Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1808
...of welding, which belongs tq iron and platina at a white heat only, is possessed. by this substance When the basis 'of soda is exposed to the atmosphere, it immediately tarnishes, and by degrees becomes co- J vered with a white crust, which deliquesces much mortf slowly than the substance which forms...

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

1809
...by the basis of soda, are in many respects analogous to those produced by the basis of potash: when exposed to the atmosphere, it immediately tarnishes,...which deliquesces much more slowly than the substance that forms on the basis of potash, and which proves to be pure soda. The basis combines slowly with...

The Panorama of Science and Art: Embracing the Sciences of ..., 2. kötet

James Smith - 1815
...plate glass. The chemical phenomena of sodium are not very different from those of potassium. When exposed to the atmosphere, it immediately tarnishes,...white crust, which deliquesces much more slowly than that furnished by potassium. The flame that sodium produces in oxygen gas it white, and it sends forth...

The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1815
...specific gravity is less than that of water, or nearly in the proportion of У to 1 0. When sodium is exposed to the atmosphere, it immediately tarnishes,...becomes covered with a white crust, which deliquesces b 4 much much more slowly than the substance which forms on the base of potass. This crust is very...

The Cabinet of Arts: Or, General Instructor in Arts, Science, Trade ...

Hewson Clarke, John Dougall - 1817 - 859 oldal
...Its specific gravity is less than that of water, or nearly in the proportion of У to 10. When sodium is exposed to the atmosphere, it immediately tarnishes,...degrees becomes covered with a white crust, which diliquesces much more slowly than the substance which forms on the base of potass. This crust is very...

Dialogues in Chemistry: Intended for the Instruction and Entertainment of ...

Jeremiah Joyce - 1818
...water, in the proportion of about 93 to 100. It is much less fusible than potassium. 3. When sodium is exposed to the atmosphere, it immediately tarnishes...and, by degrees, becomes covered with a white crust ot soda. 4. It combines with oxygen slowly, and without any luminous appearance, at all common temperatures....

The Elements of Experimental Chemistry, 1. kötet

William Henry - 1819
...but it remains fixed, in a state of ignition, at the point of fusion of plate glass. V. When SODIUM is exposed to the atmosphere, it immediately tarnishes,...and by degrees becomes covered with a white crust of soda, which deliquiates more slowly than that formed on potassium. VI. It combines with oxygen,...




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