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" Though the specific gravity of the oil greatly exceeds that of ether, the compound formed by combining them in the proportion of one part of the former to two of the latter, floats upon the surface of pure ether, and may therefore be the lightest of all... "
The Register of Arts, and Journal of Patent Inventions - Seite 72
herausgegeben von - 1825
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The Chemical Works of Caspar Neumann ..

Caspar Neumann, William Lewis - 1773
...larger, if the quantity of Nitre is diminilhed; or if the Nitre and Tartar are deflagrated together, in the proportion of one part of the former to two of the latter, before their mixture with the Antimony: the Salts are reduced by the deflagration into a black alcaline...
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American Medical and Philosophical Register: Or, Annals of Medicine ..., Band 1

David Hosack, John Wakefield Francis - 1814
...bath,, if it can be immediately obtained. 5th. Inject into the bowels a pint of spirits and-aater, mixed in the proportion of one part of the former to two of the latter. With the view of carrying into effect the foregoing directions, the society have appointed six physicians,...
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The Elements of Experimental Chemistry, Band 2

William Henry - 1819
...boracic acid with fluate of lime. When these substances were exposed to a strong heat in an iron tube, in the proportion of one part of the former to two of powdered fluor spar, a gas was collected in great quantity, which exhibited singular properties, and...
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The Study of Medicine, Band 1

John Mason Good - 1823 - 494 Seiten
...particularly the aqua regia of the old dispensatories, or a mixture of the nitric and muriatic acids, in the proportion of one part of the former to two of the latter, for the purpose of checking this tendency to acidity, in several instances with success ; but the plan...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Band 1

1824
...readily combines with the volatile and fixed oils. It is insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and in ether. Though the specific gravity of the oil greatly...ether, and may therefore be the lightest of all known liquids. " With respect to the medicinal properties of the Native Oil, it bears, when externally applied,...
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The Quarterly Journal, Band 18

1825
...soluble in alcohol, and in ether. Though the specific gravity of the oil exceeds that of ether, yet the compound formed, by combining them, in the proportion...ether, and may therefore be the lightest of all known liquids *. With respect to the medicinal properties of the Native Oil, it bears, when externally applied,...
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Edinburgh Journal of Medical Science, Band 2

1826
...description. The remedy upon which reliance may be placed in burns inducing this state is brandy in gruel, in the proportion of one part of the former to two of the latter. This may be adminUtered in doses of a table spoonful or two at short intervals, until we obtain a sufficient...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review

1827
...burns and scalds. " The remedy upon which I rely in burns inducing this state, is brandy in gruel, in the proportion of one part of the former to two of the latter. This is administered in doses of a table-spoon-ful or two at short intervale, until we obtain a sufficient...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Band 10

1827
...burns and scalds. " The remedy upon which I rely in burns inducing this state, is brandy in gruel, in the proportion of one part of the former to two of the latter. This is administered in doses of a table-spoon-ful or two at short intervals, until we obtain a sufficient...
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A Manual of Chemistry, on the Basis of Professor Brande's: Containing the ...

1828 - 619 Seiten
...(fluoг!!!"ьог!с ride of calcium) were exposed to a strong heat in an iron tube, «cid. jn (hc proportion of one part of the former to two of the latter, a gas was obtained by Gay-Lussac and Thenard, to which the name of gas ßno-borique or fluo-boric acid...
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