J. Baker (Practical Chemist.) ... from which a jet of gas issued, the flame burnt with scarcely any appearance of blueness: (Exp. 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th.) ... consequences to a large class of our fellow-creatures, having been the means of saving thousands of valuable lives, ... The efficiency of wire-gauze in obstructing the passage of flame, may be proved by various experiments, as in (Exp. 17th and 18th.)anbsp;...
|Title||:||An Epitome of Chemistry, in a Course of Seventeen Lectures. Illustrated by a Series of Five Hundred Experiments|
|Author||:||J. Baker (Practical Chemist.)|