Journal of the Chemical Society, Volume 111,Parte 1


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Página 573 - Little remains : but every hour is saved From that eternal silence, something more, A bringer of new things ; and vile it were For some three suns to store and hoard myself...
Página 287 - An enquiry into the relative weights of the ultimate particles of bodies is a subject, as far as I know, entirely new : I have lately been prosecuting this enquiry with remarkable success. The principle cannot be entered upon in this paper ; but I shall just subjoin the results, as far as they appear to be ascertained by my experiments.
Página 289 - ... combinations of them to exhibit to view in this way all the subjects that come under investigation; nor is it necessary to insist upon the accuracy of all these compounds, both in number and weight; the principle will be entered into more particularly hereafter, as far as respects the individual results. It is not to be understood that all those articles marked as simple substances, are necessarily such by the theory; they are only necessarily of such weights. Soda and potash, such as they are...
Página 43 - The experiments described in this paper were undertaken with the object of detecting and investigating the Hall effect in the positive column of the ordinary electric discharge at low pressures.
Página 194 - Application was made to the Government Grant Committee of the Royal Society for a grant of £250 for the hire of a vessel.
Página 285 - ... that subtile part to be air, which having been imprisoned in the body, under a solid form, was set free, and rendered fluid and elastic by the fire. We may therefore safely conclude, that the volatile matter lost in the calcination of magnesia, is mostly air; and hence the calcined magnesia does not emit air, or make an effervescence when mixed with acids.
Página 286 - I am nearly persuaded that the circumstance depends upon the weight and number of the ultimate particles of the several gases: those whose particles are lightest and single being least ahsorbable, and the others more according as they increase in weight and complexity.
Página 289 - Berzelius's symbols are horrifying: a young student in chemistry might as soon learn Hebrew as make himself acquainted with them. They appear like a chaos of atoms .... and to equally perplex the adepts of science, to discourage the learner, as well as to cloud the beauty and simplicity of the Atomic Theory.
Página 352 - Soon after his return, on September 22, 1914, Meldola presided at a joint meeting of the Councils of the Institute of Chemistry and the Society of Public Analysts to consider the supply of laboratory requirements. A special committee on laboratory reagents, and another on glass,* porcelain, and filter-paper, were the result. The last meeting he attended at the Institute was in...
Página 570 - Ich sah, •wie grössere eine Reihe bildeten und nur an den Enden der Kette noch kleinere mitschleppten. Ich sah, was Altmeister KOPP, mein hochverehrter Lehrer und Freund, in seiner ,Molecularwelt' uns in so reizender Weise schildert — aber ich sah es lange vor ihm. — Der Ruf des Conducteurs ,Clapham road...

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