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" ... lamps were burnt in the lanterns with the smallest and most imperfect arrangement for carrying off the heated air and products of combustion ; as a natural consequence, and particularly on cold nights, the windows of the lantern of the lighthouse... "
Report of Proceedings - Page 46
1871
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Manual of Practical Assaying: Intended for the Use of Metallurgists ...

John Mitchell (F.C.S.) - Assaying - 1854 - 426 pages
...Chloride of Calcium Tube. (Fig. 353.) The object of this portion of the apparatus is the absorption of the water produced by the combustion of the hydrogen of the fuel. To prepare it for use proceed as follows. The end a, of the tube ba, is loosely stopped, and...
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The Boy's Playbook of Science: Including the Various Manipulations and ...

John Henry Pepper - Science - 1860 - 440 pages
...nights, the windows of the lantern of the lighthouse were covered with ice derived from the condensation of the water produced by the combustion of the hydrogen of the oil, whilst the carbon generated such quantities of carbonic acid that the light-keepers were unable...
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The Boy's Playbook of Science: Including the Various Manipulations and ...

John Henry Pepper - Science - 1866 - 440 pages
...nights, the windows of the lantern of the lighthouse were covered with ice derived from the condensation of the water produced by the combustion of the hydrogen of the oil, whilst the carbon generated such quantities of carbonic acid that the light-keepers were unable...
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Gas manipulation. enlarged by W.T. Sugg

Henry Banister (writer on gas.) - 1867
...which are condensed in the cylinder, either as fine crystals on its upper surface, or dissolved in the water produced by the combustion of the hydrogen of the gas. No water or wetted cloths are necessary to assist condensation, for, from what has been suid above,...
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Transactions, Volume 8

Gas manufacture and works - 1871
...contrivance for delivering the vapour, or rather the ammoniacal gas of the strongest liquor ammonia; into the trumpet-tube immediately above the point...even, less of the liquid is evaporated to dryness in a weighed beaker or thin porcelain capsule, and in most cases the residue, which consists of sulphate...
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The boy's playbook of science. Revised with additions by T.C. Hepworth

John Henry Pepper - 1881
...nights, the windows of the lantern of the lighthouse were covered with ice derived from the condensation of the water produced by the combustion of the hydrogen of the oil, whilst the carbon generated such quantities of carbonic acid that the light-keepers were unable...
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