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" A man in twenty-four hours converts as much as seven ounces of carbon into carbonic acid; a milch cow will convert seventy ounces, and a horse seventynine ounces, solely by the act of respiration. That is, the horse in twenty-four hours burns seventy-nine... "
Warne's model housekeeper, compiled by R. Murray - Page 90
by Warne Frederick and co, ltd - 1879
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ..., Volume 3

Sir William Crookes - Chemistry - 1861
...ounces of charcoal, or carbon, in his organs of respiration to supply his natural warmth in that tune. All the warm-blooded animals get their warmth in this...alterations going on in our atmosphere. As much as o,000,000pounds. or 548 tons, of carbonic acid is formed by respiration in London alone in twenty-four...
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A Course of Six Lectures on the Chemical History of a Candle: To which is ...

Michael Faraday - Candles - 1861 - 215 pages
...respiration! What a wonderful change of carbon must take place under these circumstances of combustion or respiration! A man in twenty-four hours converts as...of carbon, not in a free state, but in a state of combiM nation. And what an extraordinary notion this gives us of the alterations going on in our atmosphere....
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A Course of Six Lectures on the Chemical History of a Candle: To which is ...

Michael Faraday - Candles - 1861 - 215 pages
...and a horse seventy-nine ounces, solely by the act of respiration. That is, the horse in twenty -four hours burns seventy-nine ounces of charcoal, or carbon,...of carbon, not in a free state, but in a state of combiM nation. And what an extraordinary notion this gives us of the alterations going on in our atmosphere....
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Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History ..., Volumes 7-8

Robert Carruthers - Authors, American - 1881
...orçrnne of respiration, to supply his natural warmth in that time. All the warm-blooded animals pet their warmth in this way. by the conversion of carbon, not in a free stnte. but in ¡i stnfe of comblnat'on. Anil what an extraordinary notion this gives us of tho :ilte.ratione...
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The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature ...: A Biographical ..., Volume 9

John Clark Ridpath - Literature - 1898
...seventy-nine ounces of charcoal, or carbon, in his organs of respiration, to supply his VOL. I X.-28 natural warmth in that time. All the warm-blooded...alterations going on in our atmosphere. As much as five million pounds, or 548 tons of carbonic acid, is formed by respiration in London alone in twenty-four...
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The progressive course in reading, Book 5

George I. Aldrich - Readers - 1900
...of charcoal, or carbon, in his organs of respiration to supply his natural warmth in that time. 29. All the warm-blooded animals get their warmth in this...alterations going on in our atmosphere. As much as five million pounds of carbonic acid is formed by respiration in London alone in twenty-four hours....
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Modern Achievement, Volume 7

Edward Everett Hale - Success - 1902
...hours. What a wonderful change of carbon must take place under these circumstances of combustion or respiration ! A man in twenty-four hours converts...in our atmosphere. As much as 5,000,000 pounds, or five hundred and forty-eight tons, of carbonic acid is formed by respiration in London alone in twentyfour...
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Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A History Critical ..., Volume 3

Robert Chambers, David Patrick - Authors, English - 1903
...respiration ! What a wonderful change of carbon must lake place under thvsc circumstances of combustion or + five million pounds, or 548 tons, of carbonic acid is formed by respiration in London alone in twenty-four...
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The Ridpath library of universal literature: a biographical and ...

John Clark Ridpath - Literature - 1903
...seventy-nine ounces of charcoal, or carbon, in his organs of respiration, to supply his VOL. IX.— a8 436 natural warmth in that time. All the warm-blooded...alterations going on in our atmosphere. As much as five million pounds, or 548 tons of carbonic acid, is formed by respiration in London alone in twenty-four...
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