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" It is well known to chemists, that slow drying will render many bodies less easy to dissolve ; while rapid drying, on the contrary, renders the same bodies more soluble. Besides, all wood, in. drying, loses a portion of its carbon, and the more in proportion... "
THE FARMER'S MAGAZINE VOLUME THE FOURTH - Página 211
por ROGERSON - 1836
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Elementary Principles of Carpentry: A Treatise on the Pressure and ...

1837 - 280 páginas
...parts of it which are most liable to be acted upon by heat and moisture. It is well known to chemists that slow drying will render many bodies less easy...wood that has been properly seasoned, a toughness and elasticity which is not to be found in rapidly dried wood. This is an evident proof that firm cohesion...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Volumen6

1838
...is well known to chemists, that slow drying, will render many bodies less easy to dissolve ; whilo rapid drying, on the contrary, renders the same bodies...wood that has been properly seasoned, a toughness and elasticity which is not to be found in rapidly. dried wood. This is an eqident proof, that firm...
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the mechanics, machinists, and engineer's practical book of reference

charles haslett - 1856
...will be the wood for all the purposes of building. Mr. Tredgold says, "It is well known to chemists, that slow drying will render many bodies less easy...in wood that has been properly seasoned a toughness and elasticity which is not to be found in rapidly dried wood. This is an evident proof that firm cohesion...
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The Mechanic's, Machinist's, and Engineer's Practical Book of Reference ...

Charles Haslett - 1855
...will be the wood for. all the purposes of building. Mr. Tredgold says, " It is well known to chemists, that, slow drying will render many bodies less easy...as the temperature is higher. There is in wood that lias been properly seasoned a toughness and elasticity which is not to be found in rapidly dried wood....
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The Mechanic's, Machinist's, and Engineer's Practical Book of Reference

Charles Haslett - 1859 - 517 páginas
...will be the wood for all the purposes of building. Mr. Tredgold says, "It is well known to chemists, that slow drying will render many bodies less easy...in wood that has been properly seasoned a toughness and elasticity which is not to be found in rapidly dried wood. This is an evident proof that firm cohesion...
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American Journal of Pharmacy, Volumen31

1859
...produced by these processes which have thus been condemned — he says, "that it is well known to chemists that slow drying will render many bodies less easy...in wood that has been properly seasoned a toughness and elasticity which is not to be found in rapidly dried wood, and this is an evident proof that firm...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1860
...produced by these processes, which have thus been condemned. He says that " it is well known to chemists, that slow drying will render many bodies less easy...in wood that has been properly seasoned a toughness and elasticity which is not found in rapidly dried wood; and this is an evident proof that firm cohesion...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1867
...produced by these processes, which have thus been condemned. He says that " it is well known to chemists, that slow drying will render many bodies less easy...wood that has been properly 'seasoned a toughness and elasticity which is not found in rapidly dried wood; and this is an evident proof that firm cohesion...
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The Builder's Pocket Companion: Containing the Elements of Building ...

A. C. Smeaton - 1867 - 273 páginas
...will be the wood for all the purposes of building. Mr. Tredgold says, "It is well known to chemists, that slow drying will render many bodies less easy...in wood that has been properly seasoned a toughness and elasticity which is not to be found in rapidly-dried wood. This is an evident proof that firm cohesion...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1867
...produced by these processes, which have thus been condemned. He says that " it is well known to chemists, that slow drying will render many bodies less easy...while rapid drying, on the contrary, renders the same bpdies more soluble; besides, all wood in drying loses a portion of its carbon, and the more in proportion...
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