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The elements of physical chemistry - Page 3
by Harry Clary Jones - 1915 - 672 pages
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Elements of Inorganic Chemistry, Descriptive and Qualitative

James Henry Shepard - Chemistry, Inorganic - 1885 - 377 pages
...other as 1:2:3:4:5; the amount of nitrogen remaining constant. These cases illustrate what is known as the law of multiple proportions, which may be stated thus : If two elements, A and B, form several compounds with each other, and we consider any fixed amount of A, then the different...
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Elements of Inorganic Chemistry, Descriptive and Qualitative

James Henry Shepard - Chemistry, Inorganic - 1885 - 377 pages
...other as 1:2:3:4:5; the amount of nitrogen remaining constant. These cases illustrate what is known as the law of multiple proportions, which may be stated thus : If two elements, A and B, form several compounds with each other, and we consider any fixed amount of A, then the d1fferent...
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The Elements of Chemistry: A Text-book for Beginners

Ira Remsen - Chemistry - 1886 - 272 pages
...third, and four times as great in the fourth. These facts, and others of the same kind, are summed up in the Law of Multiple Proportions, which may be stated thus: If two elements, A and B, combine in different proportions, the relative quantities of B which combine with any fixed...
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An Introduction to the Study of Chemistry

Ira Remsen - Chemistry - 1886 - 387 pages
...third, and four times as great in the fourth. These facts, and others of the same kind, are summed up in the Law of Multiple Proportions, which may be stated thus: If two elements, A and B, combine in different proportions, the relative quantities of B which combine with any fixed...
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Elements of Inorganic Chemistry

James Henry Shepard - 1891
...other as 1:2:3:4:5; the amount of nitrogen remaining constant. These cases illustrate what is known as the law of multiple proportions, which may be stated thus: If two elements, A and B, form several compounds with each other, and we consider any fixed amount of A, then the different...
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The Elements of Chemistry

Ira Remsen - Chemistry - 1895 - 272 pages
...third, and four times as great in the fourth. These facts, and others of the came kind, are summed up in the Law of Multiple Proportions, which may be stated thus: If two dements, A and B, combine in different proportions, the relative quantities of B which combine with...
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Elements of Chemistry: Descriptive and Qualitative

James Henry Shepard - Chemistry - 1899 - 240 pages
...other as 1:2:3:4:5;' the amount of nitrogen remaining constant. These cases illustrate what is known as the law of multiple proportions, which may be stated thus : If two elements, A and B, form several compounds with each other, and we consider any fixed amount of A, then the different...
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Elements of Inorganic Chemistry

Harry Clary Jones - Chemistry, Inorganic - 1903 - 343 pages
...the result was the discovery by Dalton of the law of multiple proportions. This law may be formulated thus: — If two elements combine in more than one...combine with a given mass of the other bear a simple rational relation to one another. Since this law was proposed, great masses of facts -which bear upon...
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Principles of Inorganic Chemistry

Harry Clary Jones - Chemistry, Inorganic - 1903 - 521 pages
...the result was the discovery by Dalton of the law of multiple proportions. This law may be formulated thus : — If two elements combine in more than one...combine with a given mass of the other bear a simple, rational relation to one another. Since this law was proposed, great masses of facts which bear upon...
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Principles of Inorganic Chemistry

Harry Clary Jones - Chemistry, Inorganic - 1903 - 521 pages
...by Dalton of the law of multiple proportions. This law may be formulated thus : — If two dements combine in more than one proportion, the masses of...which combine with a given mass of the other bear a Ģinijife, rational relation to one another, • Siijce this law was proposed, great masses of facts...
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