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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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Examinations Papers

1899
...j;iven two gas-bags, one full of nitrous oxide and the other full of a mixture of nitrogen and oxygen in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter, how would you dis tinguish them by simple tests ? 5. Calculate the volume of air required for...
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Practical Agriculture: A Brief Treatise on Agriculture, Horticulture ...

John Walter Wilkinson - 1900 - 383 páginas
...Wurtz. Physical Geography, Dryer. IV. WATER WATER is composed of two substances, hydrogen and oxygen, in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter. A fresh living plant consists largely of water. Young grass and fresh potatoes are about three...
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Bulletin, Temas349-353

1905
...how the presence of lead may be detected in potable water. 9 When hydrogen and oxygen are combined in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter, what change takes place? 10 Write the formula of potassium cyanid. Mention the properties of...
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A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry, Volumen3

Thomas Edward Thorpe - 1912
...of combustion when hydrogen burns in air or oxygen, and that if a ' mixture of hydrogen and oxygen in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter were burnt, the whole of the gases were converted into water. Sources. Hydrogen occurs free...
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Foundations of Chemistry

Arthur Alphonzo Blanchard, Frank Bertram Wade - 1914 - 446 páginas
...sodium sulphate, for example, the products liberated are hydrogen and oxygen. These gases are evolved in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter, just as in the electrolysis of dilute sulphuric acid. We have thus a typical acid, a typical...
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Methods in Metallurgical Analysis

Charles Henry White - 1915 - 356 páginas
...but the water condenses, leaving only the one volume of C02. The free hydrogen combines with oxygen in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter, the three disappearing when the resulting water condenses. Pass the gas back into the burette...
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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. (5) A mixture of hydrogen (an inflammable gas) with oxygen...better suited to produce violence of explosion, (f) tuted for the hydrogen, and the explosive property remain essentially the same, though of unequal energy,...
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Memoirs and Proceedings of the Manchester Literary ..., Volumen44

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1900
...favourably compares with that obtained by Lord Rayleigh, who, working with a mixture of oxygen and nitrogen in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter, produced 440 grms of nitric acid in the same time with the same amount of power. When air alone...
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The Uses of Water in Health and Disease: A Practical Treatise on the Bath ...

John Harvey Kellogg - 1998 - 154 páginas
...chemical formula, H20, which signifies that it is composed of the two gases, hydrogen WtUr. B and oxygen, in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter. Both of these gases are colorless, transparent, tasteless, and odorless, fiydrogen is the lightest...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1830
...ferro-cyanic acid is heated with great excess of peroxide of copper, carbonic acid and nitrogen are evolved in the proportion of two volumes of the former to one of the latter, and hence the relative quantities of nitrogen and carbon must be necessarily the same as in...
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