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" The minute quantity of ammonia, or of combined nitrogen or other oxidizable matters found in the condensed moisture of human breath appears to be largely due to products of the decomposition of organic matter which is constantly going on in the mouth... "
Air and health - Page 128
by Ronald Campbell Macfie - 1909 - 345 pages
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Science

Science - 1895
...probably be thrown out. 3. The minute quantity of ammonia, or of combined nitrogen or other oxidizable matters found in the condensed moisture of human breath...cleansing the mouth and teeth upon the amount of such mattere in the condensed moisture of the breath, and also by the differences in this respect between...
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Appletons' Popular Science Monthly, Volume 48

William Jay Youmans - Science - 1896
...organisms may be thrown out. The minute quantity of ammonia, or of combined nitrogen, or other oxidizable matters found in the condensed moisture of human breath...which is constantly going on in the mouth and pharynx. The air in an inhabited room, such as a hospital ward, in which experiments were made, is contaminated...
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Medical Review, Volume 32

Medicine - 1895
...probably be thrown out. 8. The minute quantity of ammonia, or of combined nitrogen or other oxidizable matters found in the condensed moisture of human breath...organic matter, which is constantly going on in the month and pharynx. This is shown by the effects of cleansing the mouth and teeth upon the amount of...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1896
...probably be thrown out. 3. The minute quantity of ammonia, or of combined nitrogen, or other oxidizable matters, found in the condensed moisture of human...organic matter which is constantly going on in the month and pharynx. This is shown by the effects of cleansing the mouth and teeth upon the amount of...
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The Medical News, Volume 68

Medicine - 1896
...particles may probably be thrown out. Thirdly, the ammonia exhaled is chiefly due to the products of decomposition of organic matter, which is constantly going on in the mouth and pharynx. Fourthly, the air of hospital wards was found to be contaminated chiefly by minute particles — dust....
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Report of the Board of Regents

Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - Science - 1896
...considerine the results of these experiments. In some mice them 408 THE COMPOSITION OF EXPIRED AIR. organic matter which is constantly going on in the...such matters in the condensed moisture of the breath aiid also by the differences in this respect between the air exhaled through a trachéal fístula and...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution: 1895

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1896
...expired air. In the act of coughing or sneezing, such organisms or particles may probably be thrown out. organic matter which is constantly going on in the...pharynx. This is shown by the effects of cleansing the month and teeth upon the amount of such matters in the condensed moisture of the breath and also by...
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The Annals of Hygiene, Volume 11

Joseph F. Edwards - Hygiene - 1896
...particles may probably be thrown out. Thirdly, the ammonia exhaled is chiefly due to the products of decomposition of organic matter, which is constantly going on in the mouth and pharynx. i Fourthly, the air of hospital wards was found to be contaminated chiefly by minute particles, —...
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