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" I am aware, nothing has been published on this subject, and it is of very general interest, I consider it a duty to communicate the results of my experiments. I had already observed, in experimenting with explosive cotton, flax, &c., that these two substances... "
The American Journal of Science and Arts - Página 106
1847
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The Chemical Gazette, Or, Journal of Practical Chemistry, in All ..., Volumen5

William Francis, Henry Croft - 1847
...far as I am aware, nothing has been published on this subject, and it is of very general interest, I consider it a duty to communicate the results of my...linen when mixed with it ; and this object may be obtained by the following process : — oil of vitriol, and kept there Tor about half a tninute to...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1847
...far as I am aware, nothing has been published on this subject, and it is of very general interest, I consider it a duty to communicate the results of my...from linen when mixed with it; and this object may be obtained by the following process :— " The sample to be examined must be freed, as perfectly as possible,...
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The Chemical Gazette, Volumen5

1847
...far as I am aware, nothing has been published on this subject, and it is of very general interest, I consider it a duty to communicate the results of my...linen when mixed with it ; and this object may be obtained by the following process : — The sample to be examined must be freed as perfectly as possible...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

1847
...consider it a duty to communicate the results of my experiments. I had already observed, in experiment!!!, with explosive cotton, flax, &c., that these two substances...sulphuric acid than flax. It is, therefore, by means of concentrate! sulphuric acid that cotton may be removed from linen when mixed with it ; and this object...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen16

1847
...that these two substances behave somewhat differently towards concentrated acids; and although it ha» long been known that strong sulphuric acid converts...the sulphuric acid than flax. It is, therefore, by mean of concentrated sulphuric acid that cotton may be removed from Unen when mixed with it ; and this...
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Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the ..., Volumen31

William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - 1847
...two substances behave somewhat differently towards concentrated acids ; and although it has long bcen known that strong sulphuric acid converts all vegetable...sulphuric acid than flax. It is, therefore, by means of comeKtntted tul«huric aeid that cotton may be removed from linen when mixed with it ; and this' object...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen16

1847
...substances behave somewhat differently towards concentrated acids; and although it has long been knewn that strong sulphuric acid converts all vegetable...metamorphosed much more rapidly by the sulphuric acid than Ялх. It ¡я, therefore, by means of concentrated sulphuric acid that cotton may be removed from...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen16

1847
...that these two substances behave somewhat differently towards concentrated acids ; and although it bas long been known that strong sulphuric acid converts all vegetable fibre into gnm, and wbeo the action is continued for a longer period, into sugar, I found that cotton was metamorphosed...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1848
...hitherto proved satisfactory. Mr. GC Kindt, in experimenting with explosive cotton, flax, &c., observed that these two substances behave somewhat differently...action is continued for a longer period, into sugar, M. Kindt found that cotton was metamorphosed much more rapidly by the sulphuric acid than flax. It...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volumen44

Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.) - 1847
...far as I am aware, nothing has been published on this subject, and it is of very general interest, I consider it a duty to communicate the results of my...than flax. It is, therefore, by means of concentrated sulnhuric acid that cotton may be removed from linen when mixed with it ; and this object may be obtained...
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