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" On the absolute Quantity of Electricity associated with the Particles or Atoms of matter... "
Cyclopadic Science Simplified - Page 311
by John Henry Pepper - 1869 - 685 pages
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The Dublin Journal of Medical and Chemical Science, Volume 1

1834 - 528 pages
...question with relation to chemical affinity, and the whole theory of electro-chemical action, namely, the absolute quantity of electricity associated with the particles or atoms of matter. This quantity he considers as precisely the same with that which is required to separate them from...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volumes 3-4

1835 - 1104 pages
...materially different from those now adopted in many cases. The late beautiful experiments of Mr. Faraday on the absolute quantity of electricity associated with the particles or atoms of matter, prove that, for a given definite quantity of electricity passed, an equally definite and constant quantity...
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volume 3

1835 - 568 pages
...materially different from those now adopted in many cases. The late beautiful experiments of Mr. Faraday on the absolute quantity of electricity associated with the particles or atoms of matter, prove that, for a given definite quantity of electricity passed, an equally definite and constant quantity...
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Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions ..., Volume 3

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1837 - 538 pages
...question with relation to chemical affinity, and the whole theory of electro-chemical action, namely, the absolute quantity of electricity associated with the particles or atoms of matter. This quantity he considers as precisely the same with that which is required to separate them from...
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Annals of Electricity, Magnetism, and Chemistry: And Guardian of ..., Volume 1

1837 - 590 pages
...Electro-decomposition. 1J vii. On the definite nature and extent of Electro -chemical Decompositions. § 1 3. On the absolute quantity of Electricity associated with the particles or atoms of flatter. Preliminary. 661. The theory which I believe to be a true expression of the facts of electro-chemical...
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Experimental Researches in Electricity, Volume 1

Michael Faraday - 1839 - 614 pages
...of tin 59, &c., notwithstanding that a very high authority doubles several of these numbers. § 13. On the absolute quantity of Electricity associated with the particles or atoms of Matter. 852. The theory of definite electrolytical or electro-chemical action appears to me to touch immediately...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1868 - 476 pages
...its proper form would kill a rat, and no man would like to bear it. In his subsequent researches " on the absolute quantity of electricity associated with the particles or atoms of matter," he endeavors to give an idea of the amount of electrical force involved in the decomposition of a single...
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Quarterly Journal of Science: 1868, Volume 5

1868 - 676 pages
...his paper on " Definite Electro-chemical Action," in which he arrives at his remarkable conclusions " On the absolute quantity of Electricity associated with the particles or atoms of Matter." To this series of his Researches we are indebted for the enunciation of the startling truth that "...
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The Artizan, Volume 26

1868 - 346 pages
...in a proper form, \iould kill a rat. and no man would like to bear it. In hU subsequent researches " on the absolute quantity of electricity associated with the particles or atoms of matter," he endeavours to give an idea of the amount of electrical force involved in the decomposition of a...
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Faraday as a Discoverer

John Tyndall - 1868 - 210 pages
...in a proper form, would kill a rat, and no man would like to bear it. In his subsequent researches ' On the absolute Quantity of Electricity associated with the Particles or Atoms of matter,' he endeavours to give an idea of the amount of electrical force involved in the decomposition of a...
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