The Elements of Experimental Chemistry

The Elements of Experimental Chemistry

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By exposure, during some weeks, to light, it becomes, first yellow, and then orange, retaining its chemical properties. ... constitute a class of bodies, which are not more interesting from their application to the common arts of life, than from the facts which they contribute to ... Arsenic - - 12. Cobalt - - agt;Known since the remotest antiquity. - Known to Paracelsus, who died - - 1541 - Described by Agricola 1520anbsp;...

Title:The Elements of Experimental Chemistry
Author:William Henry
Publisher: - 1831


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