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" A mixture of hydrogen (an inflammable gas) with oxygen (an ingredient of atmospheric air), in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter... "
Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences - Página 179
por American Academy of Arts and Sciences - 1852
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volumen1

1829
...from moisture or prussic acid retained between the plates of the salt, are carbonic acid and azote in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter. But though its constituents be thus correctly made out, I am not aware that any chemist has...
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A System of Chemistry of Inorganic Bodies, Volumen2

Thomas Thomson - 1831
...made to pass through a red-hot porcelain tube, it is decomposed into sulphurous acid and oxygen gases, in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter. Freezing. "When exposed to n sufficient degree of cold, it crystallizes or freezes ; and after...
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Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Volumen2

American Academy of Arts and Sciences - 1852
...of space above the fluid within the can or lamp was large, and always in the presence of flame. (4) A mixture of hydrogen (an inflammable gas) with oxygen...eminently explosive, (c) Atmospheric air, substituted for axygen, lessens the violence of the explosion when flame is applied, (d) The carbo-hydrogen, employed...
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Journal of the Chemical Society, Volumen77

Chemical Society (Great Britain) - 1900
...temperature is kept low, ammonia unites with sulphur dioxide, especially if the ammonia is in excess, in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter (p. 330), but since, at the ordinary temperature, this union is immediately followed by a decomposition...
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The Elements of Inorganic Chemistry

John Charles Buckmaster - 1858 - 216 páginas
...without much light, but intense heat. The temperature may be increased by mixing the hydrogen and oxygen in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter, and burning it from a safety jet. This is called the oxyhydrogen blowpipe. It is, perhaps,...
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The elements of chemistry, inorganic and organic

John Charles Buckmaster - 1863
...without much light, but intense heat. The temperature may be increased by mixing hydrogen and oxygen in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter, and burning it from a safety jet. This is called the oxyhydrogen blowpipe. It is, perhaps,...
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The Second Step in Chemistry, Or the Student's Guide to the Higher Branches ...

Robert Galloway - 1864 - 774 páginas
...formula for water, according to this system, must therefore be H, O,* because hydrogen and oxygen combine in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter element, to form water. The atomic weights in this system are the same as those in the former...
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The Second Step in Chemistry: Or, The Student's Guide to the Higher Branches ...

Robert Galloway - 1864 - 774 páginas
...formula for water, according to this system, must therefore be H2 O,* because hydrogen and oxygen combine in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of £he latter element, to form water. The atomic weights in this system are the same as those in the...
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A Manual of Inorganic Chemistry: Arranged to Facilitate the Experimental ...

Charles William Eliot, Frank Humphreys Storer - 1868 - 605 páginas
...sulphate of zinc and charcoal is heated to dull redness, carbonic and sulphurous acids are evolved in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter gas, and pure oxide of zinc remains :— 2ZnS0 4 -)- C = 2ZnO + 2S0 2 + C0 2 . It would be quite...
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A Manual of inorganic chemistry

Charles William Eliot - 1869 - 605 páginas
...being 0-245, while that of carbonic acid is only 0-2103. When a mixture of carbonic oxide and oxygen, in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter gas, is lighted, it explodes with about the same degree of violence as a mixture of hydrogen...
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