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" When there, it may be subjected to deoxidating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upwards by the expansive force of heat and steam, or by hydrostatic pressure. This theory has been very generally adopted, as best... "
Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science - Page 142
1864
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The Mining and Smelting Magazine, Volume 6

1864 - 412 pages
...there, it may be subjected to deoxidating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upwards by the expansive force of heat...will, however, of course be admitted, as Professor Bischof has pointed out, that in some places organic matter has supplied a large part of the nitrogen...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Volume 1

1864 - 504 pages
...there, it may be subjected to deoxidating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upwards by the expansive force of heat...through which the spring rises are crystalline and unfbssiliferous. It will, however, of course be admitted, as Professor Bischoff has pointed out, that...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1865 - 400 pages
...subjected to deoxydating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upward by the expansive force of heat and steam, or by hydrostatic...will, however, of course be admitted, as Professor Bischof has pointed out, that in some places organic matter has supplied a large part of the nitrogen...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865 - 372 pages
...there it may be subjected to deoxydatlng processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upwards by the expansive force of heat...disengagement of large bodies of nitrogen, even where the rock» through which the spring rises are crystalline and unfossiliferous. It will, however, of course...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1865 - 388 pages
...there it may be subjected to deoxydating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upwards by the expansive force of heat...accounting for the constant disengagement of large tedies of nitrogen, even where the rocks through which the spring rises are crystalline and unfossiliferous....
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1865 - 816 pages
...there, it may be subjected to deoxidating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upwards by the expansive force of heat...pressure. This theory has been very generally adopted, as beet accounting for the constant disengagement of large bodies of nitrogen, even where the rocks through...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1866 - 374 pages
...there it may be subjected to deoxydating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upwards by the expansive force of heat...unfossiliferous. It will, however, of course be admitted, as Prof. Bischoff has pointed out, that in some places organic matter has supplied a large part of the...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1866 - 368 pages
...there it may be subjected to deoxydating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upwards by the expansive force of heat...unfossiliferous. It will, however, of course be admitted, as Prof. Bischoff has pointed out, that in some places organic matter has supplied a large part of the...
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Principles of Geology: Or, The Modern Changes of the Earth and Its ..., Volume 1

Sir Charles Lyell - 1867 - 746 pages
...there, it may be subjected to deoxidating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upwards by the expansive force of heat and steam, or by hydrostatic pressure. Thermal waters of Bath. — The hot springs of Bath may serve as an example of mineral waters containing...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865 - 372 pages
...there it may be subjected to deoxydating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upwards by the expansive force of heat...accounting for the constant disengagement of large todies of nitrogen, even where the rocks through which the spring rises are crystalline and unfossiliferous....
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