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" I had designed appears to be superfluous, as all the facts that I had observed are but particular instances of the more general observation of Mr Dalton, that in all cases the simple elements of bodies are disposed to unite atom to atom singly, or, if... "
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Page 96
1808
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Volumes 21-22

William Nicholson - Science - 1808
...facts that I had observed ore but particular instances of the more general observation of Mr. Dalton, that in all cases the simple elements of bodies are...by some simple multiple of the number of its atoms. However, since those who are desirous of ascertaining the A few eacy vxjustnesa of this observation...
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The Repertory of Patent Inventions, and Other Discoveries and Improvements ...

Industrial arts - 1808
...facts that I had observed are but particular instances of the more general observation of Mr. Dalton, that in all cases the simple elements of bodies are...by some simple multiple of the number of its atoms. However, since those who are desirous of ascertaining the justness of this observation by experiment,...
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The Repertory of arts and manufactures [afterw.] arts, manufactures and ...

Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1808
...facts that I had observed are but particular instances of the more general observation of Mr. Dalton, that in all cases the simple elements of •bodies...or, if either is in excess, it exceeds by a ratio to be'expressed by some simple multiple of the number of its atoms. "However, since those who are desirous...
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

English literature - 1809
...quantity in th.e latter. This is a particular instance of the general observation of ty[r. Dalton ' that in all cases the simple elements of bodies, are...atom to atom singly, or, if either is in excess, it exceed* by a ratio to be expressed by some simple multiple of the number of its atoms.' Dr. Wollaslon...
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Retrospect of Philosophical, Mechanical, Chemical, and ..., Volume 4

Agriculture - 1809
...salts, and these nbw appear to be but particular instances of Dalton's general observation, that the elements of bodies are disposed to unite atom to atom singly, or if either be in excess, it exceeds in a ratio expressed by some simple multiple of the number of its atoms. The...
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The Annual review and history of literature, A. Aiken ed

Arthur Aikin - 1809
...preceding; and is intended to illustrate t!ie theory, that in all cases the simple elements of bodies arc- disposed to unite atom to atom singly, or if either is in excess, such excess is a ratio that may be expressed by some simple multiple of the number of its atoms. C....
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System of Theoretical and Practical Chemistry ...

Friedrich Christian Accum - Chemistry - 1814
...dependent upon their quantities. Mr. Dulton's expression of tins, his hypothesis, theory or system, is, " that in all cases the simple elements of bodies are...a ratio to be expressed by some simple multiple of thenum" her of its atoms." In conformity to this, Davy says, "It would be easy to bring forward " a...
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Elements of Chemistry

John Murray - Chemistry - 1814
...double of the other. And from a number of facts of this kind, Dr Wollaston drew the conclusion, that the elements of bodies are disposed to unite atom to atom...by some simple multiple of the number of its atoms. Gay-Lussac has observed a relation in the combinations of aerial bodies, which leads to the same principle....
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 5

Theology - 1816
...ratio of binary compounds, may be found in the general principle assumed hy ~Mr, Dalton, which is, that in all cases, the simple elements of bodies are...by some simple multiple of the number of its atoms. " Hence, from the relative weights of the constituent parts of a compound, Mr. Dalton infers the relative...
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Taylor institution to the university

robert finch, m.a. - 1816
...the simple elements of bodies arf disposed to unite atom to atom singly, or, if cither is in exces«, it exceeds by a ratio, to be expressed by some simple multiple of the number of its atoms. " Hence, from the relative weights of the constituent parts of TV compound, Mr. Dalton infers the relative...
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