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Observations on different kinds of air /

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Contained In: Philosophical transactions, giving some account of the present undertakings, studies, and labours of the ingenious, in many considerable parts of the world v. 62 (1772)

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Air , Analysis , Combustion , Early works to 1800 , Putrefaction , Respiration , Sulfuric acid

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Observations on different kinds of air /

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Contained In: Philosophical transactions, giving some account of the present undertakings, studies, and labours of the ingenious, in many considerable parts of the world v. 62 (1772)

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Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804

Hey, William, 1736-1819
Basire, James, 1730-1802 , engraver.
Royal Society (Great Britain)

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Extracted from: Philosophical transactions, giving some account of the present undertakings, studies, and labours of the ingenious, in many considerable parts of the world, v. 62, article no. 19 (1772).

The leaf of plates is captioned "Tab. IX" and signed: Js. Basire sc.

Contents: [1.] Of fixed air -- II. On air in which a candle, or brimstone, has burned out -- III. Of inflammable air -- IV. Of air infected with animal respiration, or putrefaction -- V. Of air in which a mixture of brimstone and filings of iron has stood -- VI. Of nitrous air -- VII. Of air infected with the fumes of burning charcoal -- VIII. Of the effect of the calcination of metals, and of the effluvia of paint made with white-lead and oil, on air -- IX. Of air procured by means of spirit of salt -- X. Miscellaneous observations -- [XI.] An appendix, containing an account of some experiments made by Mr. Hey, which prove that there is no oil of vitriol in water impregnated with fixed air extracted from chalk by oil of vitriol; and also a letter from Mr. Hey, to Dr. Priestley, concerning the effects of fixed air applied by way of clyster.

Burndy. Science, | 40

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Air , Analysis , Combustion , Early works to 1800 , Putrefaction , Respiration , Sulfuric acid

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Q41.L8 R8 v. 62 1772

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OCLC: 13735527

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.62546

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TI - Observations on different kinds of air /
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N1 - Caption title. --- Extracted from: Philosophical transactions, giving some account of the present undertakings, studies, and labours of the ingenious, in many considerable parts of the world, v. 62, article no. 19 (1772). --- The leaf of plates is captioned "Tab. IX" and signed: Js. Basire sc. --- [1.] Of fixed air -- II. On air in which a candle, or brimstone, has burned out -- III. Of inflammable air -- IV. Of air infected with animal respiration, or putrefaction -- V. Of air in which a mixture of brimstone and filings of iron has stood -- VI. Of nitrous air -- VII. Of air infected with the fumes of burning charcoal -- VIII. Of the effect of the calcination of metals, and of the effluvia of paint made with white-lead and oil, on air -- IX. Of air procured by means of spirit of salt -- X. Miscellaneous observations -- [XI.] An appendix, containing an account of some experiments made by Mr. Hey, which prove that there is no oil of vitriol in water impregnated with fixed air extracted from chalk by oil of vitriol; and also a letter from Mr. Hey, to Dr. Priestley, concerning the effects of fixed air applied by way of clyster. --- Burndy. Science, | 40
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