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" may be regarded as strictly definite, atomic, chemical combinations at temperatures higher than their dissociation temperatures. Definite chemical substances may be either formed or decomposed at temperatures which are higher than those at which dissociation... "
Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science - Page 110
by American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1889
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Nature, Volume 40

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1889
...dissociation and the dynamical equilibrium of molecules. According to Mendeleeff, solutions are to be regarded as strictly definite atomic chemical combinations at temperatures higher than their dissociation temperature, and just as definite chemical substances may be either formed or decomposed at temperatures...
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The American Journal of Science

Science - 1887
...of solutions of ethyl alcohol in water, the data being here very accurate. " Solutions " he says " may be regarded as strictly definite atomic chemical...combinations, at temperatures higher than their dissociation temperature." Just as definite chemical substances may be formed or decomposed at temperatures higher...
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Science, Volume 12

John Michels - Science - 1888
...substances may be either formed or ^composed at temperatures which are higher than those at which "sedation commences. The same phenomenon occurs in solutions...can be either formed or decomposed. In addition, the equilibrium between the quantity of the definite compound and of its products of dissociation is defined...
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Science, Volume 12

John Michels - Science - 1888
...solution was offered until Mendelejeff made his important researches on this subject. He says, solutions may be regarded as strictly definite, atomic, chemical...combinations at temperatures higher than their dissociation temperature. Definite chemical substances may be either formed or decomposed at temperatures which...
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Science, Volume 12

John Michels - Science - 1888
...solution was offered until Mendelejeff made his important researches on this subject. He says, solutions may be regarded as strictly definite, atomic, chemical...combinations at temperatures higher than their dissociation temperature. Definite chemical substances may be either formed or decomposed at temperatures which...
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Essays in Historical Chemistry

Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe - Chemistry - 1902 - 582 pages
...atomicchemical combinations at temperatures higher than their dissociation temperature, and just as definite chemical substances may be either formed...higher than those at which dissociation commences, so we may have the same phenomenon in solutions ; at ordinary temperatures they can be either formed...
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