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" ... which the fluid lay was not very yellow at 50° or 60°, it seemed probable that the pressure required was not beyond what could readily be obtained by a condensing syringe. A long tube was therefore furnished with a cap and stop-cock, then exhausted... "
Experimental Researches in Chemistry and Physics - Page 86
by Michael Faraday - 1859 - 496 pages
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Annals of Philosophy, Volume 7; Volume 23

1824 - 508 pages
...was forced in, which thrust the chlorine to the bottom of the tube, and gave a pressure of about four atmospheres. Being now cooled, there was an immediate...formed, but the clear yellow fluid was deposited, aud more abundantly still upon cooling. After remaining some time it disappeared, having gradually...
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Annals of Philosophy, Volume 7; Volume 23

1824 - 530 pages
...was forced in, which thrust the chlorine to the bottom of the tube, and gave a pressure of about four atmospheres. Being now cooled, there was an immediate...formed, but the clear yellow fluid was deposited, aud more abundantly still upon cooling. After remaining some time it disappeared, having gradually...
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The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts, Volume 1

1824 - 628 pages
...water at 60°, it underwent no change ; but when put into water at 100°, the substance fused, ihe tube became filled with a bright yellow atmosphere,...deposited, and more abundantly still upon cooling. After remaining some time it disappeared, having gradually mixed with the atmosphere above it, but every...
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The Liquefaction of Gases

Michael Faraday - 1906 - 79 pages
...portion on the contrary remained, and when examined, proved to be a weak solution of chlorine in wafer, with a little muriatic acid, probably from the impurity...deposited, and more abundantly still upon cooling. After remaining some time it disappeared, having gradually mixed with the atmosphere above it, but every...
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The Library of Original Sources: 1800-1833

Oliver Joseph Thatcher - 1907 - 506 pages
...probably from the impurity of the hydrate used. When that end of the tube in which the yellow fluid•lay was broken under a jar of water, there was an immediate...deposited, and more abundantly still upon cooling. After remaining some time it disappeared, having gradually mixed with the atmosphere above it, but every...
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The Library of Original Sources, Volume 8

Oliver Joseph Thatcher - 1907
...gas, when compressed, should be condensed into the same fluid, and, as the atmosphere in the tube fn which the fluid lay was not very yellow at 50° or...deposited, and more abundantly still upon cooling. After remaining some time it disappeared, having gradually mixed with the atmosphere above it, but every...
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The Liquefaction of Gases

Michael Faraday - 1912 - 79 pages
...mixed together they gradually combined at temperatures below 60°, and formed the same solid substance as that first introduced. If, when the fluids were...deposited, and more abundantly still upon cooling. After remaining some time it disappeared, having gradually mixed with the atmosphere above it, but every...
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The Library of Original Sources: 1800-1833

Oliver Joseph Thatcher - 1915 - 500 pages
...portion on the contrary remained, and when examined, proved to be a weak solution of chlorine in wafer, with a little muriatic acid, probably from the impurity...deposited, and more abundantly still upon cooling. After remaining some time it disappeared, having gradually mixed with the atmosphere above it, but every...
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Science In The Making: Scientific Development As Chronicled Historic Papers ...

E. A. Davis - 2003 - 370 pages
...the water present, a perfectly dry tube and apparatus were takeim, and the chlorine left for sonie time over a bath of sulphuric acid before it was introduced....yellow fluid was deposited, and more abundantly still Mr. Faraday oil Fluid C/iloui,se. 41.5 still upon cooling. After renuamning some time it disappeared,...
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The Library Of Original Sources: 1800-1833

Oliver J. Thatcher - 2004 - 476 pages
...mixed together they gradually combined at temperatures below 60°, and formed the same solid substance as that first introduced. If, when the fluids were...deposited, and more abundantly still upon cooling. After remaining some time it disappeared, having gradually mixed with the atmosphere above it, but every...
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