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" Cavendish leaves it uncertain, whether or not he meant by phlogiston simply inflammable air, and he inclines rather to call inflammable air, water united to phlogiston. Mr. Watt says expressly, even in his later paper (of November 1783), and in a passage... "
The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette - Page 91
1840
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 27

1839
...seems proper to rest that part of the argument on direct experiment." [NOTB BV MB JAMES WATT.] ply inflammable air, and he inclines rather to call inflammable...compound of the two gases deprived of their latent heat, — that is, of the two gases, with the same distinctireness which marks Mr Lavoisier's statement of...
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Life of James Watt

François Arago - 1839 - 142 pages
...seems proper to rest that part of the argument on direct experiment." — [Nora BY MB JAMEs WATT.] 1 united to phlogiston. Mr Watt says expressly, even...compound of the two gases deprived of their latent heat, — that is, of the two gases, with the same distinctiveness which marks Mr Lavoisier's statement of...
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Historical Eloge of James Watt

François Arago - 1839 - 261 pages
...seems proper to rest that part of the argument on direct experiment." — [NOTE itv MR. JAMES WATT.] letter of April 1783, that he thinks that inflammable...compound of the two gases deprived of their latent heat, — that is, of the two gases, — with the same distinctiveness which marks Mr. Lavoisier's statement...
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Historical eloge of James Watt, tr. with additional notes by J.P. Muirhead

Dominique François J. Arago - 1839
...it seems proper to rest that part of the argument on direct experiment."—[NOTE nv MR. JAMES WATT.] letter of April 1783, that he thinks that inflammable...compound of the two gases deprived of their latent heat,—that is, of the two gases,—with the same distinctiveness which marks Mr. Lavoisier's statement...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 32

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1840
...we before observed in Mr. Cavendish's, by the use of the term Phlogiston, without exactly defining it.* Mr. Cavendish leaves it uncertain, whether or...the two gases deprived of their latent heat, * Mr. Walt, in a note to his paper of 26th November, 1703, p. .'Ul, observes •', previous to Dr. Priestley's...
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Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 32

1840
...November, 1783), and in a passage not to be found in the letter of April, 1783, that he thinks thnt inflammable air contains a small quantity of water...compound of the two gases deprived of their latent heat, — that is, of the two gases, with the same distinctiveness which marks Mr. Lavoisier's statement...
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The Critical and Miscellaneous Writings of Henry Lord Brougham: To which is ...

Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - 1841
...we before observed in Mr. Cavendish's, by the use of the term phlogiston, without exactly defining it.* Mr. Cavendish leaves it uncertain, whether or...compound of the two gases deprived of their latent heat, that is, — of the two gases, — with the same distinctiveness which marks Mr. Lavoisier's statement...
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Lives of men of letters and science who flourished in ..., Volume 1; Volume 122

Henry Peter Brougham (1st baron Brougham and Vaux.) - 1845
...we before observed in Mr. Cavendish's, by the use of the term Phlogiston, without exactly defining it. Mr. Cavendish leaves it uncertain, whether or...compound of the two gases deprived of their latent heat, — that is, of the two gases, — with the same distinctiveness which marks M. Lavoisier's statement...
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Lives of Men of Letters & Science: Who Flourished in the Time of ..., Volume 1

Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - 1845 - 516 pages
...we before observed in Mr. Cavendish's, by the use of the term Phlogiston, without exactly defining it. Mr. Cavendish leaves it uncertain, whether or...compound of the two gases deprived of their latent heat, — that is, of the two gases, — with the same distinctiveness which marks M. Lavoisier's statement...
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Lives of Men of Letters & Science who Flourished in the Time of George III.

Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - 1845
...we before observed in Mr. Cavendish's, by the use of the term Phlogiston, without exactly defining it. Mr. Cavendish leaves it uncertain, whether or...compound of the two gases deprived of their latent heat,—that is, of the two gases,—with the same distinctiveness which marks M. Lavoisier's statement...
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