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Página 28 - It is better, on this account, in graduating the bottle, to make two scratches as represented in the drawing, one at the top and the other at the bottom of the curve : this prevents any future mistake.
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Página 88 - Indian-ink, porcelain, asbestos, fluor-spar, minium, cinnabar, binoxide of lead, sulphate of zinc, tourmaline, graphite, and charcoal. In the second class are placed bismuth, antimony, zinc, tin, cadmium, sodium, mercury, lead, silver, copper, gold, arsenic, uranium, rhodium, iridium, tungsten, phosphorus, iodine, sulphur, chlorine, hydrogen, and many of their compounds. Also, glass free from iron, water, alcohol, ether, nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, resin, wax, olive oil, oil of turpentine, caoutchouc,...
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Página 166 - They are four in number, and to the following effect: 1. All chemical compounds are definite in their nature, the ratio of the elements being constant. 2. When any body is capable of uniting with a second in several proportions, these proportions bear a simple relation to each other. 3. If a body. A, unite with other bodies, B, C, D, the quantities of...