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" ... decomposition of water would occur, and euchlorine and muriatic acid be formed ; or that the chlorine would separate in a condensed state. This last result having been obtained, it evidently led to other researches of the same kind. I shall hope on... "
Experimental Researches in Chemistry and Physics - Page 88
by Michael Faraday - 1859 - 496 pages
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Annals of Philosophy, Volume 7; Volume 23

1824 - 530 pages
...doubt that carbonic acid may be obtained, though in the only trial I have made the tube burst. I hare requested Mr. Faraday to pursue these experiments,...this note without observing, that the generation of elastic substances in close vessels, either with or without heat, offers much more powerful means of...
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Annals of Philosophy, Volume 7; Volume 23

1824 - 508 pages
...have requested Mr. Faraday to pursue these experiments, and to extend them to all the gases which afe of considerable density, or to any extent soluble...of his results, with some applications of them that J propose to make, before the Society. I cannot conclude this note without observing, that the generation...
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The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts, Volume 1

1824 - 628 pages
...that it would become fluid as a hydrate ; or that a decomposition of water would occur, and euchlorine and muriatic acid be formed ; or that the chlorine...this note without observing, that the generation of elastic substances in close vessels, either with or without heat, offers much more powerful means of...
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The Life and Letters of Faraday, Volume 1

Bence Jones, Henry Bence Jones - 1870 - 456 pages
...by condensing muriatic acid, and states that he had " requested me (of course as Chemical Assistant) to pursue these experiments, and to extend them to...considerable density, or to any extent soluble in water," &c. This I did, and when he favoured me by requesting that I would write a paper on the results, I...
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The Life and Letters of Faraday, Volume 1

Bence Jones - 1870 - 546 pages
...states that he had " requested me (of course as Chemical Assistant) to pursue these experiments, aud to extend them to all the gases which are of considerable density, or to any extent soluble in water," &c. This I did, and when he favoured me by requesting that I would write a paper on the results, I...
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The Life and Letters of Faraday, Volume 1

Bence Jones, Michael Faraday - 1870 - 440 pages
...had " requested me (of course as Chemical Assistant) to pursue these experiments, and to extend ihem to all the gases which are of considerable density, or to any extent soluble in water," &c. This I did, and when he favoured me by requesting that I would write a paper on the results, I...
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The Liquefaction of Gases

Michael Faraday - 1906 - 79 pages
...some general views on the subject of these researches. I shall now merely mention, that by sealing the muriate of ammonia and sulphuric acid in a strong...this note without observing, that the generation of elastic substances in close vessels, either with or without heat, offers much more powerful means of...
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Science In The Making: Scientific Development As Chronicled Historic Papers ...

E. A. Davis - 2003 - 370 pages
...condensing muriatic acid, and states that he had “requested” me, (of course as Chemical Assistant,) “ to pursue these experiments, and to extend them to...considerable density, or to any extent soluble in water ;“ &c. This I did, and when he favoured me by requesting that I would write a paper on the results,...
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Romanticism and Science, 1773-1833, Volume 1

Tim Fulford - 2002 - 350 pages
...these researches. 1 shall now merely mention, that by sealing muriate of ammonia and sulphuricacid in a strong glass tube, and causing them to act upon...this note without observing, that the generation of elastic substances in close vessels, either with or without heat, offers much more powerful means of...
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