| 1835
...proportions and electro-chemical affinity, is very great. According to it, the equivalent weights of bodies **are simply those quantities of them which contain...equivalent number, because it determines the combining** force. Or, if we adopt the atomic theory or phraseology then the atoms of bodies which are equivalents... | |
| 1835
...affinity, is very great According to It, the equivalent weights of bodies are simply those quantifies **of them which contain equal quantities of electricity,...equivalent number, because it determines the combini'ng** force. Or, if we adopt the atomic theory or phraseology, then the atoms of bodies which are equivalents... | |
| 1835
...proportions and electro-chemical affinity, is very great. According 'to it, the equivalent weights of bodies **are simply those quantities of them which contain...electricity, or have naturally equal electric powers** ; jt being the electricity which determines the equivalent number, because, it determines the combining... | |
| John Frederic Daniell - 1839 - 565 Seiten
...decomposes a certain quantity of matter are alike." According to this view, the equivalent weights of bodies **are simply those quantities of them which contain...equivalent number, because it determines the combining** force. 2 a 2 § 763. All compounds are not susceptible of electrolization, even in the liquid state... | |
| Michael Faraday - 1839
...proportions and electrochemical affinity, is very great. According to it, the equivalent weights of bodies **are simply those quantities of them which contain...equivalent number, because it determines the combining** force. Or, if we adopt the atomic theory or phraseology, then the atoms of bodies which are equivalents... | |
| William Charles Henry - 1854 - 249 Seiten
...weights of bodies are simply those quantities of them, which contain equal quantities of electricity **Or, if we adopt the atomic theory or phraseology, then the atoms of bodies** have equal quantities of electricity naturally associated with them." Dr. Faraday, it is true, adds,... | |
| William Charles Henry - 1854 - 249 Seiten
...of the existence of atoms, is Dr. Faraday's great discovery, " that the equivalent weights of bodies **are simply those quantities of them, which contain equal quantities of electricity Or,** if we adopt the atomic theory or phraseology, then the atoms of bodies have equal quantities of electricity... | |
| Matthew Moncrieff Pattison Muir - 1884 - 488 Seiten
...Helmholtz in the Faraday Lecture for 1881'. Faraday's statement that 'the equivalent weights of ' bodies **are simply those quantities of them which contain 'equal quantities of electricity, or,** if we adopt the atomic ' theory or phraseology, then the atoms of bodies which are ' equivalent to... | |
| Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe - 1894 - 381 Seiten
...to totally distinct compounds; Faraday's discovery in 1833, "that the equivalent weights of bodies **are simply those quantities of them which contain equal quantities of electricity," or,** in other words, that the atoms of bodies have equal quantities of electricity naturally associated... | |
| John Theodore Merz - 1896
...1834, when explaining his re-searches on electro - chemical action, he says ('Exper. Res.,' No. 869): **"If we adopt the atomic theory or phraseology, then the atoms of** bodie' which are equivalents to each other in their ordinary chemical action have equal quantities... | |
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