| 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... | |
| 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,... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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.... | |
| 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... | |
| 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.... | |
| 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... | |
| 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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