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" The speaker then proceeded to investigate a number of different flames : he showed that there are many flames possessing a high degree of luminosity, which cannot possibly contain solid particles. Thus the flame of metallic arsenic burning in oxygen emits... "
The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science - Page 307
1868
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The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science, Volume 3

1868
...possible." — Watts. The speaker then jiroceeded'to investigate a number of different flames: he showed that there are many flames possessing a high degree...remarkably intense white light; and as metallic arsenic volatilises at 180° C., and its product of combustion, arsenious anhydride, at 218° C., whilst the...
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The Artizan, Volume 26

1868 - 346 pages
...possible."— Watti. The speaker then proceeded to investigate a number of different flames : he showed that there are many flames possessing a high degree...metallic arsenic burning in oxygen emits a remarkably jutcnse white Ugbt ; and as metallic anhydri( least 600' ~., ., — r-- - solid particles in the flame....
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Notices of the Proceedings, Volume 5

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1869 - 648 pages
...possible." — Watts. The speaker then proceeded to investigate a number of different flames : he showed that there are many flames possessing a high degree...light; and as metallic arsenic volatilizes at 180° < '., and its product of combustion, arsenious anhydride, at 218° C., whilst the temperature of incandescence...
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., Volume 5

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1869 - 636 pages
...possible." — Watts. The speaker then proceeded to investigate a number of diflerent flames : he showed that there are many flames possessing a high degree...white light; and as metallic arsenic volatilizes at ISO3 C., and its product of combustion, arsenious anhydride, at 218° C., whilst the temperature of...
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Monthly Journal of Science, and Annals of Biology, Astronomy ..., Volume 6

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1869 - 700 pages
...gas flame and of luminous flames in general, is due to the presence of solid particles. It has been found that there are many flames possessing a high...luminosity, which cannot possibly contain solid particles, such as the flame of metallic arsenic burning in oxygen, which emits a remarkably intense white light...
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The Quarterly Journal of Science, Volume 6

1869 - 692 pages
...gas flame and of luminous flames in general, is due to the presence of solid particles. It has been found that there are many flames possessing a high...luminosity, which cannot possibly contain solid particles, such as the flame of metallic arsenic burning in oxygen, which emits a remarkably intense white light...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1869
...has been generally believed since the time of Sir Humphry Davy, to the presence of solid particles. There are many flames possessing a high degree of...luminosity which cannot possibly contain solid particles, — as the flame of metallic arsenic burning in oxygen, — or of carbonic disulphide vapor in oxygen,...
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Journal of the Society of Arts, Volume 19

1871 - 890 pages
...scientific men, based upon Sir Humphrey Davy's researches, has been exploded by Dr. Frankland, who showed that there are many flames possessing a high degree...luminosity which cannot possibly contain solid particles. The flame of metallic arsenic burning in oxygen, for instance, emits a remarkably intense white light....
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1869 - 400 pages
...has been generally believed since the time of Sir Humphry Davy, to the presence of solid particles. There are many flames possessing a high degree of...luminosity which cannot possibly contain solid particles, — as the flame of metallic arsenic burning in oxygen, — or of carbonic disulphide vapor in oxygen,...
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., Volume 5

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1869 - 668 pages
...possible."—Watts. The speaker then proceeded to investigate a number of different flames: he showed that there are many flames possessing a high degree...218° C., whilst the temperature of incandescence in solids is at least 500° C., it is obviously impossible here to assume the presence of ignited solid...
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