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" ... the gases are obtained in the proportion of eight parts by weight of oxygen to one part by weight of hydrogen, or one volume of oxygen to two volumes of hydrogen; (3) when hydrogen is burned water is formed; (4) when hydrogen and oxygen are mixed... "
Familiar letters on chemistry, ed. by J. Gardner - Page 86
by Justus Liebig (freiherr von.) - 1844
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The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers - Anecdotes - 1832
...iron is equal to any other atom of iron the world over. We have observed that water is compounded of eight parts by weight of oxygen to one part by weight of hydrogen, and an explanation of the combination is offered in the supposition, that each atom of oxygen is eight...
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Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, Volume 16

Agriculture - 1856
...oxygen and hydrogen in vegetable tissue are always found in the same proportion as in water, that is eight parts by weight of oxygen to one part by weight of hydrogen. When a rotten apple is mixed with a quantity of sound ones the parts of the latter which are in contact...
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Journal of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland

Royal Geological Society of Ireland - Geology - 1871
...always have, the same composition : it contains two volumes of hydrogen to one volume of oxygen, or eight parts by weight of oxygen to one part by weight of hydrogen. Now, we cannot change this fact, yet we may ,-TT Tl"\ write the formula of water as HO, or OH, or HaO,...
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Journal of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland.VOL.XII.VOL.II.1867-70

Journal of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland.VOL.XII.VOL.II.1867-70 - 1871
...always have, the same composition : it contains two volumes of hydrogen to one volume of oxygen, or eight parts by weight of oxygen to one part by weight of hydrogen. Now, we cannot change this fact, yet we may {TT TT-v TT, Or TT j 0, or HOH; and anyone of these will...
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Journal, Volume 12

Royal Geological Society of Ireland, Dublin - Geology - 1871
...always have, the same composition : it contains two volumes of hydrogen to one volume of oxygen, or eight parts by weight of oxygen to one part by weight of hydrogen. Now, we cannot change this fact, yet we may ( 'FT TT°) write the formula of water as HO, or OH, or...
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Water and its teachings in chemistry, physics and physiography

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1882
...condensation of water vapour, pure water found in any part of the world, or produced in any way, always contains eight parts by weight of oxygen to one part by weight of hydrogen. 1235. And it always contains one part by volume of oxygen to every two parts by volume of hydrogen....
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An introduction to the study of chemistry

Ira Remsen - Chemistry - 1886 - 387 pages
...hydrogen and oxygen by means of an electric current; (2) the gases are obtained in the proportion of eight parts by weight of oxygen to one part by weight of hydrogen, or one volume of oxygen to two volumes of hydrogen; (3) when hydrogen is burned water is formed; (4)...
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The Elements of Chemistry: A Text-book for Beginners

Ira Remsen - Chemistry - 1886 - 272 pages
...hydrogen and oxygen by means of an electric current; (2) The gases are obtained in the proportion of eight parts by weight of oxygen to one part by weight of hydrogen, or one volume of oxygen to two volumes of hydrogen; (3) When hydrogen is burned water is formed; (4)...
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The Principles of Chemistry, Volume 1

Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev, Dmitrii Ivanovich # - Argon - 1891
...weight P is given in grams in dealing with absolute weights; and if comparative, as in for example, water contains eight parts by weight of oxygen to one part by weight of hydrogen, and their densities are 16 and 1, consequently their volumes (or the above-mentioned factors) 1 and...
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