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Page 187 - The investigation arose out of a renewed and somewhat protracted inquiry regarding the diffusion of gasee (depending upon the same molecular mobility), and has afforded certain new results which may prove to be of interest in a theoretical as well as in a practical point of view. In, the diffusiometer, as first constructed, a plain cylindrical glass tube...
Page 503 - There can be no doubt that the system will not be brought under the full operation of mercury, or that ptyalism will not follow on the most energetic employment of this substance where abscess exists.
Page 308 - If an infant born in perfect health, and of the healthiest parents, be kept in close rooms, in which free ventilation and cleanliness are neglected, a few months will often suffice to induce tuberculous cachexia.