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" The greater number of philosophical persons to whom this question has been put, have answered in the affirmative. They agree with metals in opacity, lustre, malleability, conducting powers as to heat and electricity, and in their qualities of chemical... "
New York Medical and Philosophical Journal and Review - Page 83
1809
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 98

Mathematics - 1808
...and Soda to other Bodies. Should the bases of potash and soda be called metals ? The greater numberof philosophical persons to whom this question has been...electricity, and in their qualities of chemical combination. Their low specific gravity does not appear a sufficient reason for making them a new class ; for amongst...
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The Monthly magazine

Monthly Literary Register
...should be called metals; Л1г. Davy says, that the greater number of philosophical persons answer in the affirmative. They agree with metals in opacity, lustre, malleability, conducting powers .•- to heat and electricity, and in their qualities of chemical combination; their low specific gravity...
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The Repertory of arts and manufactures [afterw.] arts, manufactures and ...

Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1808
.... Bases oft Potash and Soda to other Bodies. Should the bases of potash and soda be called metals ? The greater number of philosophical persons to whom...electricity, and in their qualities of chemical combination. Their low specific gravity does not appear a sufficient reason for making them a new class ; .for amongst...
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The Repertory of Patent Inventions: And Other Discoveries and Improvements ...

Technology - 1808
...the Basts of Potash, and Soda to other Bodies. Should the bases of potash and soda be called metals ? The greater number of philosophical persons to whom...electricity, and ;in their qualities of chemical combination. Their low specific gravity does not appear a sufficient reason for making them a new class ; for amongst...
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts

William Nicholson - Science - 1808
...bases The greater number of philosophical persons, to whom this ^etaJf '** question has been put, hare answered in the affirmative. They agree with metals...electricity, and in their qualities of chemical combination. Their low specific gravity does not appear a sufficient ^^ . reason for making them a new class ; for...
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The British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volume 5

William Nicholson - Science - 1809
...to the question, whether the bases of potash and soda should be called metals, it may be paid that they agree with metals in opacity, lustre, malleability,...electricity, and in their qualities of chemical combination. Even their low speciHc gravity does not appear a sufficient reason fur making them a new class; for...
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences

William Nicholson - 1809
...to the question, whether the bases of potash and soda should be called metals, it may be »aid that they agree with metals in opacity, lustre, malleability,...electricity, and in their qualities of chemical combination. Even their low «petit»: gravity does not appear a sufficient reason for making them a new class ;...
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The Chemical Catechism: With Notes, Illustrations, and Experiments

Samuel Parkes - Chemistry - 1814 - 562 pages
...the question, whether the bases, of potash and loda should be called metals, it might be said frhat they agree with metals in opacity, lustre, malleability,...as to heat and electricity, and' in their qualities «f chemical combination. Even their low specific gravity does not appear a sufficient reason for ranking...
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The Chemical Catechism: With Notes, Illustrations, and Experiments

Samuel Parkes - Chemistry - 1816 - 559 pages
...to the question, whether the bases of potash and soda should be called metals, it might be said that they agree With metals in opacity, lustre, malleability,...electricity, and in their qualities of chemical combination. Even their low specific gravity does not appear a sufficient reason for making them a new class; for...
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The elements of experimental chemistry, Volume 1

William Henry, Robert Hare - Chemistry - 1819 - 13 pages
...properties, common to both, have influenced Sir H. Davy to place them among the metals, with which they agree in opacity, lustre, malleability, conducting powers...electricity, and in their qualities of chemical combination. The onlyproperty, which can be urged against this arrangement, is their extreme levity, which even...
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