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Graham, Thomas, 1805-1869.
Chemical reports and memoirs, on atomic volume.
London, Printed for the Cavendish society by T.R. Harrison, 1848
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Graham; George Edward Day; R Bunsen; M E Chevreul; Édouard Filhol; Emil Kopp; Friedrich Julius Otto; V Regnault; Julius Vogel
|Notes:||Translated by G.E. Day.|
|Description:||vi pages, 1 leaf, 370 pages, 1 leaf 2 folded plates, tables, diagrams 22 cm.|
|Contents:||I. On the relation of the volumes of bodies in the solid state to their equivalents or atomic weights, Professor Otto, of Brunswick.--II. Studies on the connection existing between the atomic weights, crystalline form and density of bodies, by M. Filhol.--III. On the laws, according to which the mixing of fluids and their penetration into permeable substances occur, with special reference to the processes in the human and animal organisation, by Julius Vogel.--IV. Upon isomorphism, by Professor Otto, of Brunswick.--V. Physical investigations on dyeing: on the influence that two colours may exercise upon each other when seen simultaneously, by M. Chevreul.--VI. On the latent heat of steam at different pressures, by M. Regnault.--VII. On the artificial formation of alkaloids, by M.E. Kopp.--VIII. On the intimate connection existing between the pseudo-volcanic phenomena of Iceland, by R.W.E. Bunsen.|
|Series Title:||Works of the Cavendish Society.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Thomas Graham.|