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An Attempt to Establish a Pure Scientific System of Mineralogy: By the ...
Jöns Jakob Berzelius,John Black
Podgląd niedostępny - 2013
1st Species 2d Species according Acidum alum alumina aluminicus ammonia Analysed by Hisinger Analysed by Klaproth Analysed by Vauquelin antimony arrangement Arsenic barytes bases Beytr Bisilicias calculation Carbonic Acid cent chemical combination chemical proportions chemistry colour composition considered consists contains three Copper degree of oxidation determined doctrine of chemical double salts earth electro-chemical electro-negative electro-positive endeavoured example experiment ferroso-ferricus fluate fluoric acid formula glucina grammes heated to redness Hence Hisinger ingredients latter Lime magnesia manner metals mineral mineralogy muriatic acid neral nitric acid nomenclature obtained Order organic nature Oxide of Iron Oxide of Manganese Oxidum oxygen peroxide phosphate potash Protoxide of Iron quantity of oxygen result sal ammoniac saturation Silica silica contains silver Soda solution strontian sulphate sulphuret sulphuric acid Superoxidum system of mineralogy tain tantalum Tellurium ticles tion Trisilicias volumes of oxygen water of crystallization
Strona 143 - WERNER'S NOMENCLATURE OF COLOURS. With Additions, arranged so as to render it highly useful to the Arts and Sciences, particularly Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Mineralogy, and Morbid Anatomy. Annexed to which are Examples selected from Well-known Objects in the Animal, Vegetable, and Mineral Kingdoms.
Strona 12 - Hence it follows that in every compound body there are one or more electro-positive with one 11 12 or more electro-negative ingredients, * which, as the combinations consist of oxides, means the same as that every body in the combination, called by us a lasis, must be answered by another which acts the part of an acid, even supposing that in its isolated situation it does not possess the general characters for which acids are distinguished, namely, a sour taste, and the property of changing vegetable...
Strona 140 - ... subjects discussed. To each volume there are two Tables of Contents: one corresponding with the number as printed ; the other exhibiting the different subjects classed under their respective heads.
Strona 141 - Encyclopaedia from every work of a similar kind. The volumes already published contain numerous inventions and discoveries, and many original views in the Arts and Sciences, which were never before communicated to the Public.
Strona 139 - The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, from their Commencement in 1665, to the Year 1800, abridged ; with Notes and Biographical Illustrations. By CHARLES HUTTON, LL.
Strona 140 - Original, as complete as moderate limits and a reasonable price would allow. The subjects are presented in the same order in which they appear in the original. The more important dissertations are reprinted in the style and language of the respective authors...
Strona 19 - ... solutions in water, although it is equally applicable to other crystallizing mixed liquids. The opinion, that minerals have been produced by the fusing agency of a high temperature and a consequent cooling, has not yet lost all its advocates, although a single decrepitating crystal, a single petrifaction, is an incontestable proof for all who can perceive what is proved by the existence of these. It is clear, on the other hand, that we often see formed crystals which, according to what we have...
Strona 140 - It has consequently been several times projected, bat as often abandoned on account of the immense expense which would have attended the undertaking. At last it was determined to publish an Abridgment of the Work, but upon a plan which should render it a substitute for the Original, at complete as moderate limits and a reasonable price would allow.