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" It has also been found that two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to form one molecule of water. "
Proceedings of the American Gas Light Association ... - Página 88
por American Gas Light Association - 1902
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Lucretius Or Paul: Materialism and Theism Tested by the Nature and the Needs ...

Joseph Parrish Thompson - 1875 - 44 páginas
...a molecule of sulphide of iron, the union takes place in the proportion hy weight of 56 to 32. When two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to form a molecule of water, since each atom of oxygen weighs sixteeu times as much as an atom of hydrogen, the two substances must...
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A Treatise on the Principles of Chemistry

Matthew Moncrieff Pattison Muir - 1884 - 488 páginas
...with one volume of oxygen, weighing 16, to form two volumes of water-gas. Therefore said Berzelius, two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to form one atom of water-gas. But water contains less oxygen, relatively to hydrogen, than any other known...
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Modern Practice of the Electric Telegraph: A Technical Handbook for ...

Franklin Leonard Pope - 1891 - 234 páginas
...in certain definite proportions, either by weight or measure. . . . The atomic theory supposes that two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to form a molecule of water, and since each atom of oxygen weighs 16 times as much as an atom of hydrogen, the two substances must...
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The Steam Engine and Gas and Oil Engines: A Book for the Use of Students who ...

John Perry - 1899 - 646 páginas
...One molecule of hydrogen combines with half a molecule1 of oxygen to form one molecule of water. (2) Two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to form one molecule of water. (3) Two cubic feet of hydrogen combine with one cubic foot of oxygen to form...
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Proceedings of the American Gas Institute, Volumen1

American Gas Institute - 1907
...therefore, 3.67 Ibs. of carbon dioxide and 8.84 Ibs. of nitrogen. The atomic weight of hydrogen is i. Two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen...water vapor, the molecular weight of which is 2 + 16 = 18. Two pounds of hydrogen thus yield upon combustion 18 Ibs. of water vapor, and i Ib. will yield...
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Proceedings of the American Gas Institute, Volumen1

American Gas Institute - 1907
...in air of 1 pound of carbon are, therefore, 3.67 lbs. of carbon dioxide and 8.84 lbs. of nitrogen. The atomic weight of hydrogen is 1. Two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to forma molecule of water vapor, the molecular weight of which is 2 -f- 16 = 18. Two pounds of hydrogen...
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Heat Engines, Embracing the Theory, Construction, and Performance of Steam ...

David Allan Low - 1920 - 592 páginas
...constituents of a fuel and oxygen when the fuel burns. The combustion of hydrogen will first be considered. Two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to form one molecule of steam, which will generally condense to water. This combination is represented by the...
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The World and Its Meaning: An Introduction to Philosophy

George Thomas White Patrick - 1924 - 463 páginas
...behave so. They seem to have what we used to call affinities for one another, so that, for instance, two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to form a molecule of water. But the word affinity seems to point to a theory drawn from human analogy and probably no chemist would...
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Introduction to Philosophy

George Thomas White Patrick - 1924 - 463 páginas
...behave so. They seem to have what we used to call affinities for one another, so that, for instance, two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to form a molecule of water. But the word affinity seems to point to a theory drawn from human analogy and probably no chemist would...
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Chemistry for Boys and Girls

Carlotta Cherryholmes Greer, Julia Cora Bennett - 1925 - 844 páginas
...combining of elements would take place between the atoms of an element or a compound. In the case of water, two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to form a molecule of water. Representing molecules of hydrogen, oxygen, and water as before (see p. 210), we may represent the...
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