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" ... Salt and unites with it, and in Distillation the Spirit of the common Salt or Salt-petre comes over much easier than it would do before, and the acid part of the Spirit of Vitriol stays behind; does not this argue that the fix'd Alcaly of the Salt... "
Opticks:: Or, A Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections and ... - Page 347
by Sir Isaac Newton - 1730 - 382 pages
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Philosophical Conversations: Or, A New System of Physics, by Way ..., Volume 2

Regnault (Pre, Nol) - Science - 1731
...Particles of Iron, Water and Air. Now, fuppofe one Stone * When Oil of Vitriol is drawn off from us weight of Nitre, and from both the Ingredients a compound...Parts of this Spirit are poured on one part of Oil of Cloves or Caraway Seeds, or of any ponderous Oil of vegetable or animal Subftances, or Oil of Turpentine...
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A manual of chemistry, Volume 1

William Thomas Brande - Chemistry - 1821 - 896 pages
...fixed alcali in the common salt and saltpetre attracts the acid spirit of the vitriol more strongly than its own spirit, and not being able to hold them both, lets go its own? How these attractions may be performed, continues NEWTON, I do not here consider ; what I call attraction...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1824
...this argue that the fixed alcaly of the salt attracts the acid spirit of the vitriol, more strongly than its own spirit; and, not being able to hold them both, lets go its own ?"— Newton'e Qptict, Opera опт a, 4to, Lond. 178&. 22 THIRD DISSERTATION. bustible had been...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volume 5

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...fixed alkali in the common salt and salt-petre attracts the acid spirit of the vitriol more strongly than its own spirit, and, not being able to hold them both, lets go its own. How these attractions may be performed, ' continues Newton, ' I do not here consider ; what I call...
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Elements of the economy of nature; or, The principles of physics, chemistry ...

John Gibson MacVicar - 1830
...not this argue that the fixed alcali of the salt attracts the Kid spirit of the vitriol more strongly than its own spirit, and, not being able to hold them both, lets go its own ? the mir • The iteRci introduced in tbi< quotation arc not in the origiual. abounds with acid vapours,...
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The study of chemical composition: An account of its method and historical ...

Ida Freund - Science - 1904 - 650 pages
...this argue that the fix'd alcaly of the salt attracts the acid spirit of the vitriol more strongly than its own spirit, and not being able to hold them both, lets go its own ? " His views on the atomistic constitution of matter are summed up in the famous passage at the end...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

Physics - 1869
...this argue that the fixed alkali of the salt attracts the acid spirit of the vitriol more strongly than its own spirit, and not being able to hold them both, lets go its own ? * [As M. Dumas does not mention whence he has taken Newton-s statements, the passages in the text...
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1869
...this argue that the fixed alkali of the salt attracts the acid spirit of the vitriol more strongly than its own spirit, and not being able to hold them both, lets go its own ? • [As M. Dumns does not mention whence he has taken Newton's statements, the passages in the text...
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Measure for Measure: A Musical History of Science

Thomas Levenson - Science - 1995 - 352 pages
...behind; does not this argue that the fix'd Alcaly of the Salt attracts the acid of Vitriol more strongly than its own Spirit, and not being able to hold them both, lets go its own." In another passage, Newton reinforces the alchemical echo. "The course of Nature," he wrote, ". . ....
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Classics in Movement Science

Mark L. Latash, Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky - Health & Fitness - 2001 - 451 pages
...this argue that the fix'd Alcaly of the Salt attracts the acid Spirit of the Vitriol more strongly than its own Spirit, and not being able to hold them both, lets go its own? The Vis inertiae is a passive Principle by which Bodies persist in their Motion or Rest. ... By this...
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