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Elements of Chemistry: Including the Recent Discoveries and Doctrines of the ... - Page 176
by Edward Turner - 1835 - 682 pages
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A Manual of Chemistry on the Basis of Dr. Turner's Elements of Chemistry ...

John Johnston - Chemistry - 1843 - 480 pages
...state of the ground, as after much rain, diminishes the quantity of carbonic acid, apparently by direct absorption. It is rather more abundant in elevated...the same in day and night, in wet and dry weather, because the higher strata of the air are less influenced by vegetation and the state of the soil. It...
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A Manual of Chemistry: On the Basis of Dr. Turner's Elements of Chemistry ...

John Johnston - Chemistry - 1846 - 480 pages
...state of the ground, as after much rain, diminishes the quantity of carbonic acid, apparently by direct absorption. It is rather more abundant in elevated...the same in day and night, in wet and dry weather, because the higher strata of the air are less influenced by vegetation and the state of the soil. It...
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The tempest; or, An account of the nature, properties, dangers, and uses of ...

Tempest - 1848
...of the earth it is, greater in summer than in winter, and during night than during day. It is also rather more abundant in elevated situations, as on the summits of high mountains, than in the plains ; and although this gas is considerably heavier than the atmosphere, it appears to be diffused through...
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Pneumatics

Charles Tomlinson - Pneumatics - 1848 - 108 pages
...of carbonic acid is greater in summer than in winter, and during night than during day. It is also rather more abundant in elevated situations, as on the summits of high mountains, than in the plains ; and although this gas is considerably heavier than its own bulk of pure atmospheric air (its specific...
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Elements of Chemistry: Including the Applications of the Science ..., Volume 1

Thomas Graham, Henry Watts - Chemistry - 1850 - 632 pages
...summer than in winter, and during night than during day upon an average of many observations. It is also rather more abundant in elevated situations, as on the summits of high mountains, than in the plains ; a distribution of this gas which proves that the action of vegetation at the surface of the earth...
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Pneumatics: For the Use of Beginners ...

Charles Tomlinson - Pneumatics - 1852 - 138 pages
...of carbonic acid is greater in summer than in winter, and during night than during day. It is also rather more abundant in elevated situations, as on...the summits of high mountains, than in the plains; and although this gas is considerably heavier than its own bulk of pure atmospheric air (its specific...
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Cyclopędia of useful arts & manufactures, ed. by C. Tomlinson. 9 divs

Cyclopaedia - 1852
...of carbonic acid is greater in summer than in winter, and during night than during day. It is also rather more abundant in elevated situations, as on the summits of high mountains, than in the plains ; and, although this gas is considerably heavier than its own bulk of pure atmospheric air, (its specific...
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wells's principles and applications of chemistry; for the use of academies ...

david a. wells - 1859
...head of Combustion. .greater in summer than in winter, and during night than during day. It is .also rather more abundant in elevated situations, as on the summits of high mountains, than in plains ; this is probably owing to an absorption of the gaa •/iear the surface of the earth by plants...
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Wells's Principles and Applications of Chemistry: For the Use of Academies ...

David Ames Wells - Chemistry - 1859 - 515 pages
...head of Combustion. greater in summer than in winter, and during night than during day. It is also rather more abundant in elevated situations, as on the summits of high mountains, than in plains ; this is probably owing to an absorption of the gas near the surface of the earth by plants...
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A Knowledge of Living Things: With the Laws of Their Existence

Agrippa Nelson Bell - Biology - 1860 - 318 pages
...surface of the earth is greater in summer than in winter, and during night than during day. It is also rather more abundant in elevated situations, as on the summits of high mountains, than in the plains ; which distribution of this gas proves, as will be seen by and by, that the action of vegetation at...
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