What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
acetate acetic acid action alcohol alkaline aluminium ammonia ammonium ammonium chloride amount analysis apparatus aqueous atomic weight barium boiling bromide calcium carbonic acid cent cerium Chem Chemistry chlorate chloride chromic acid cobalt colour compounds containing copper crucible crystallises crystals decomposed decomposition derivatives determined dilute dioxide dissolved distilled electrolysis estimation ether ethylic evaporated excess experiments filtered filtrate flask formed formula gases gives heated hydrate hydrochloric acid hydrogen ignition impurity iodide iodine iron lead liquid London magnesium material gave melting mercury metal method mixture molecule nickel nitrate nitric acid nitrogen obtained oxalate oxidised oxygen paper perchlorate periodide peroxide phenols phosphate plate platinum potash potassium praseodymium precipitate prepared present Prof pure quantity reaction reagent reduced residue salt samples silver Society soda sodium soluble solution substance sulphate sulphide sulphuric acid temperature tetrachloride thorium tion tube volume washed zinc zirconium zirconium dioxide zirconium tetrachloride
Page 275 - It is the glory of God to conceal a thing : but the honour of kings is to search out a matter.
Page 26 - ... dissolved in water, to which a few drops of nitric acid have been added — will be found most convenient.
Page 132 - QUESTIONS ON CHEMISTRY. A Series of Problems and Exercises in Inorganic and Organic Chemistry. By FRANCIS JONES, FRSE, FCS, Chemical Master in the Grammar School, Manchester. Fcap. 8vo. y. ANATOMY. LESSONS IN ELEMENTARY ANATOMY. By ST'.
Page 259 - I will, therefore, only quote the public tribute to his memory which was offered at the time of his death in 1883: 'The nation at large has lost a faithful servant, chief among those who live only to better the life of their fellow-men by subduing the forces of Nature to their use. Looking back along the line of England's scientific worthies, there are few who have served the people better than this, her adopted son — few, if any, whose life's record' will show so long a list of useful labours.
Page 272 - on laying some of the first results obtained from this six-pound converter before Mr. Martin of Blaenavon, he at once recognised their importance, and from that time we have been deeply indebted to him for his unfailing and consistent support and much valuable advice and assistance.
Page 259 - Committee to inquire into the provisions for giving instruction in • theoretical and applied science to the industrial classes.
Page 248 - Statique Chimique, it appeared that the action, of what for the moment I may be permitted to classify as the action of traces upon masses, was in a fair way to be elucidated for the following reason. Berthollet pointed out that " in comparing the action of bodies on each other which depends on their affinities and mutual proportions, the influence of mass has to be considered." Unfortunately in succeeding years the views of Prout, the courteous opponent of Berthollet, prevailed, mainly through the...
Page 264 - The Roasting of Lead Ores. — Blast Furnace Smelting ; Principles, Practice, and Examples ; Products.— Flue Dust, its Composition, Collection and Treatment.— Costs and Losses, Purchase of Ores.— Treatment of Zinc, Lead Sulphides, Desilverisation, Softening an!
Page 74 - Sir George Stokes has been good enough to consider the problem and writes as follows : — " Let V be the volume of the vessel, A the area of an aperture by which the air is conceived as rushing out with the velocity v, p the density of the air in the vessel at the time t, D the initial density, that is, the atmospheric density. " Then, according to our hypothesis...