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Elements of Chemistry: Including the Recent Discoveries and Doctrines of the ... - Page 204
by Edward Turner - 1835 - 682 pages
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A text book of chemical philosophy : on the basis of Dr. Turner's Elements ...

Chemistry - 1829 - 616 pages
...disappearance of oxygen which accompanies these changes is shown by putting a stick of phosphorus in ajar full of air, inverted over water. The volume of the...diminishes, and if the temperature of the air is at 60F., the whole of the oxygen will be withdrawn in the course of 12 or 24 hours. The residue is nitrogen,...
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The engineer's and mechanic's encyclopaedia, Volume 2

1835
...by abstracting the oxygen from atmospheric air. It may be conveniently prepared by burning a piece of phosphorus in a jar full of air, inverted over water. The phosphorus, on account of its strong affinity for oxygen, will abstract it from the mixture, and the...
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A Manual of Chemistry: Containing the Principal Facts of the Science, in the ...

John White Webster - Chemistry - 1839 - 556 pages
...tion. Chap, in. The disappearance of oxygen which accompanies these changes is shown by putting a stick of phosphorus in a jar full of air, inverted over...60, the whole of the oxygen will be withdrawn in the course of 12 or 24 hours. The residue is nitrogen gas, containing about l-40th of its bulk of the vapour...
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A Manual of Chemistry: Containing the Principal Facts of the Science, in the ...

John White Webster - Chemistry - 1839 - 556 pages
...these changes is shown by putting a stick of phosphorus in a jar full of air, inverted over waler. The volume of the gas gradually diminishes ; and if...60, the whole of the oxygen will be withdrawn in the course of 12 or 24 hours. The residue is nitrogen gas, containing about l-40th of its bulk of the vapour...
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A Manual of Chemistry on the Basis of Dr. Turner's Elements of Chemistry ...

John Johnston - Chemistry - 1843 - 480 pages
...ingredient of nitric acid. Fig. e?. 394. Nitrogen is most conveniently prepared by burning a piece of phosphorus in a jar full of air, inverted over water. The strong affinity of phosphorus for oxygen enables it to burn till the whole of that gas is consumed....
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A Manual of Chemistry: On the Basis of Dr. Turner's Elements of Chemistry ...

John Johnston, Edward Turner - Chemistry - 1846 - 480 pages
...ingredient of nitric acid. Fig. 67. 394. Nitrogen is most conveniently prepared by burning a piece of phosphorus in a jar full of air, inverted over water. The strong affinity of phosphorus for oxygen enables it to burn till the whole of that gas is consumed....
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The Medical student's vade mecum

George Mendenhall - Medical - 1852 - 690 pages
...although it has never been isolated. NITROGEN, oa AZOTE. How is nitrogen procured ? By burning a piece of phosphorus in a jar full of air, inverted over water ; the oxygen of the atmo8phere unites with the phosphorus, forming meta-phosphoric acid, which is absorbed...
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