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" ... in each case; the appearances are so different, that, by this mode of examination, the metals may be readily distinguished from each other. "
Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science - Page 202
1862
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Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the ...

1836 - 950 pages
...electro-magnet was employed. 4. The spark taken In the same manner from zinc, cadmium, tin, bismuth, and lead, in the melted state, gives similar results; but the...metals may be readily distinguished from each other. Л table accompanied the paper, showing the position and colour of the lines in the various metals...
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The Franklin Journal, and American Mechanics' Magazine, Volumes 17-18

1836 - 1042 pages
...was employed. •>. The spark taken in the same manner from zinc, cadmium, tin, bismuth, anil lead, in the melted state, gives similar results; but the...metals may be readily distinguished from each other. Л table accompanied the paper, showing the position and colour of the lines in the various metals...
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Report of the ... Meeting of the British Association for the ..., Issue 5

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1836 - 516 pages
...electromagnet was employed. 2. The spark taken in the same manner from zinc, cadmium, tin, bismuth, and lead, in the melted state, gives similar results; but the number, position, and colours of the lines varies in each case; the appearances are so different, that, bj this mode of examination, the metals...
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Report of the ... Meeting of the British Association for the ..., Issue 5

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1836 - 516 pages
...electromagnet was employed. 2. The spark taken in the same manner from zinc, cadmium, tin, bismuth, and lead, in the melted state, gives similar results ; but the number, position, and colours of the lines varies in each case ; the appearances are so different, that, by this mode of examination, the metals...
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On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences

Mary Somerville - 1840 - 856 pages
...bright purple line, and lastly a violet line. The spark taken from zinc, cadmium, tin, bismuth, and lead in the melted state, gives similar results ; but the number, position, and colour of the lines vary so much in each case, and the appearances are so different, that the metals...
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On the Connection of the Physical Sciences

Mary Somerville - 1846 - 506 pages
...bright purpje line, and lastly a violet line. The spark taken from zinc, cadmium, tin, bismuth, and lead in the melted state, gives similar results ; but the number, position, and color of the lines vary so much in each case, and the appearances are so different, that the metals...
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On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences

Mary Somerville - 1849 - 570 pages
...bright purple line, and lastly a violet line. The spark taken from zinc, cadmium, tin, bismuth, and lead in the melted state, gives similar results ; but the number, position, and colour of the lines vary so much in each case, and the appearances are so different, that the metals...
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The National Review, Volume 13

1861 - 512 pages
...the medium through which the spark is displayed. " The appearances are so different," it is added, " that, by this mode of examination, the metals may be readily distinguished from each other." In the next place, Dr. WA Miller, in the meeting of the British Association in 1845, described the...
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National Review, Volume 13

1861 - 512 pages
...the medium through which the spark is displayed. " The appearances are so different," it is added, " that, by this mode of examination, the metals may be readily distinguished from each other." In the next place, Dr. WA Miller, in the meeting of the British Association in 1845, described the...
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Elements of chemistry: theoretical and practical, Volume 1

William Allen Miller - 1863 - 614 pages
...and lead in the melted state, consists of definite rays separated by dark intervals from each other ; but the number, position, and colours of the lines...metals may be readily distinguished from each other. When the voltaic spark from mercury was taken successively in the ordinary vacuum of the air-pump,...
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