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" After consulting some of the most eminent chemical philosophers in this country, it has been judged most proper to suggest a name founded upon one of its obvious and characteristic properties — its colour, and to call it Chlorine, or Chloric gas.* Should... "
Journal of the Chemical Society - Page 179
by Chemical Society (Great Britain) - 1900
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 101

1811 - 462 pages
...adopted in the present advanced aera of the science. After consulting some of the most eminent chemical philosophers in this country, it has been judged most...be discovered to be compound, and even to contain oxygene, this name can imply no error, and cannot necessarily require a change. Most of the salts which...
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Volumes 29-30

William Nicholson - 1811
...adopted iu the preeent advanced sera of the science. After consulting some of the most eminent chemical philosophers in this country, it has been judged most...properties — its colour, and to call it chlorine, or CMorin*, or cA/oricgas*. chloric gis. Should it hereafter be discovered to be a compound, and even...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature

1812 - 712 pages
...decompounded it must be deemed an element, and as such ought to be known by a simple term. Mr. Davy proposes a name founded upon one of its obvious and characteristic properties — its colour, and to call it chlorire, or chloric gas. Most of the salts too which have been called muriates, are not known to contain...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 32

1880
...name. In his Bakerian lecture he tells us that, . " after consulting some of the most eminent chemical philosophers in this country, it has been judged most proper to suggest a name founded on one of its obvious and characteristic properties — its [greenish-yellow] color — and to call...
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A History of Chemical Theories and Laws

Matthew Moncrieff Pattison Muir - 1906 - 555 pages
...concludes this memoir by proposing the name chlorine (from ^Aojpds = yellow) for oxymuriatic acid, " a name founded upon one of its obvious and characteristic properties — its colour." "Should the substance hereafter be discovered to be compound," Davy remarks, "and even to contain oxygene,...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volume 101

1910 - 436 pages
...adopted in the present advanced aera of the science. " After consulting some of the most eminent chemical philosophers in this country, it has been judged most...its colour, and to call it Chlorine or Chloric gas (from %\poi). " Should it hereafter be discovered to be a compound, and even to contain oxygène,...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volume 104

1911 - 452 pages
...undecompounded nature of oxymuriatic gas are, I conceive, entirely confirmed by these new facts." " It has been judged most proper to suggest a name founded...properties, its colour, and to call it chlorine." The subsequent discovery of iodine by Courtois in 1812, and of bromine by Balard in 1826, ted to the...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 81

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1912
...undecompounded nature of oxy muriatic gas are, I conceive, entirely confirmed by these new facts.' 'It has been judged most proper to suggest a name...properties, its colour, and to call it chlorine.' The subsequent discovery of iodine by Courtois in 1812, and of bromine by Balard in 1826, led to the...
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Historical Introduction to Chemistry

Thomas Martin Lowry - 1915 - 610 pages
...of that nomenclature in which it is adopted." " After consulting some of the most eminent chemical philosophers in this country, it has been judged most...Chloric gas." " Should it hereafter be discovered to be a compound, and even to contain oxygen, this name can imply no error, and cannot necessarily require...
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Humphry Davy: Science and Power

David Knight - 1998 - 236 pages
...adopted in the present advanced aera of the science. After consulting some of the most eminent chemical philosophers in this country, it has been judged most...its colour, and to call it Chlorine, or Chloric gas [from x^.wPo?]. Should it hereafter be discovered to be compound, and even to contain oxygene, this...
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