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Książki Książki 14 z 4 na temat Roloff (£'/) to repeat his experiments on the oxide once more. This he did very....
" Roloff (£'/) to repeat his experiments on the oxide once more. This he did very readily and he now perceived that the precipitate which had at first been taken by him for orpiment, was not so in reality; but owed its existence to the presence of another... "
Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mechanics ... - Strona 111
1819
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The History of Chemistry, Tomy 1-2

Thomas Thomson - 1830
...to repeat his experiments. This he did ; and now perceived that the precipitate, which he had taken for orpiment, was not so in reality, but owed its existence to the presence of another metallic oxide, different from arsenic and probably new. Specimens of this oxide of zinc, and of the...
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A System of Chemistry of Inorganic Bodies, Tom 1

Thomas Thomson - 1831
...did very readily ; and he now perceived tliat the precipitate, which had been taken * by him at first for orpiment, was not so in reality, but owed its...probably new. To obtain full certainty on the subject, specimens of the oxide of zinc, and of the ' yellow precipitate, were sent to Stromeyer ; who immediately...
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The Art of Scientific Discovery: Or, The General Conditions and Methods of ...

George Gore - 1878 - Liczba stron: 648
...to repeat his experiments. This he did, and now perceived that the precipitate, which he had taken for orpiment, was not so in reality, but owed its existence to the presence of another metallic oxide, and probably new. Specimens of this oxide of zinc, and of the yellow precipitate, were...
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The Art of Scientific Discovery: Or, The General Conditions and Methods of ...

George Gore - 1878 - Liczba stron: 648
...to repeat his experiments. This he did, and now perceived that the precipitate, which he had taken for orpiment, was not so in reality, but owed its existence to the presence of another metallic oxide, and probably new. Specimens of this oxide of zinc, and of the yellow precipitate, were...
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