| Robert Kane - 1842 - 704 Seiten
...vapours respectively by the volumes in which they combine, to add those products together, and then to **divide the sum by the number of volumes of the compound gas produced.** By the application of this principle, we may often decide with great probability on the specific gravity... | |
| Robert Kane - 1842 - 704 Seiten
...vapours respectively by the volumes in which they combine, to add those products together, and then to **divide the sum by the number of volumes of the compound gas produced.** By the application of this principle, we may often decide with great probability on the specific gravity... | |
| John Joseph Griffin - 1860
...vapours respectively, by the volumes in which they combine, to add these products together, and then to **divide the sum by the number of volumes of the compound gas produced."** To be able to put this rule into practice, we must know the specific gravities of the gases, as commonly... | |
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