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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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Science, Volume 45

John Michels (Journalist) - 1917 - 720 pages
...originating the present electron theory through the emphasis he placed upon Faraday's statement concerning the absolute quantity of electricity associated with the particles or atoms of matter. Probably most physicists have come to the conclusion that Faraday stated for electrolysis in as clear...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volumes 120-121

1920 - 878 pages
...Steel Vibrating Surfaces 1829 On the Quantitative Comparison of different forms of Electricity 1833 On the Absolute Quantity of Electricity associated with the particles or Atoms of Matter The Power of Metals and other Solids to induce the combination of gaseous Bodies Extra Current — The...
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Michael Faraday and The Royal Institution: The Genius of Man and Place (PBK)

J.M Thomas - 1991 - 248 pages
...Experimental researches in electricity. 7th series. 11. On electrochemical decomposition (continued). 13. On the absolute quantity of electricity associated with the particles or atoms of matter. Phil. Trans. 1834: 77-122 (read Jan. 23, Feb. 6 and 13). 30. On the power of the platina and other...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts, Volumes 95-96

1868 - 924 pages
...in its proper form would kUl 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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Philosophical Magazine

1834 - 1276 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 Annals of Electricity Magnetism and Chemistry and Guardian of ..., Volume 1

578 pages
...Electro-decomposition. If vii. On the definite nature and extent of Electro-chemical Decompositions. §13. On the absolute quantity of Electricity associated with the particles or atoms of Matter. Preliminary. 661. The theory which I believe to be a true expression of the facts of electro-chemical...
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From Classical to modern chemistry

Peter John Turnbull Morris - 2002 - 272 pages
...in 1833 relating to electrochemical equivalency. Faraday was greatly impressed with what he termed the 'absolute quantity of electricity associated with the particles or atoms of matter'. 'What an enormous quantity of electricity,' remarked Faraday, ' therefore, is required for the decomposition...
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Self Culture; a Monthly Devoted to the Interests of the ..., Volume 2, Issue 6

Edward Cornelius Toune, Graeme Mercer Adam - 1896 - 124 pages
...develop that which ought to replace it." Amount of Electricity which Atoms Carry With reference to ' 'the absolute quantity of electricity associated with the particles or atoms of matter, ' ' Faraday made these declarations: "The theory of definite electrolytical or electro-chemical action...
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