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" ... with the solid portion of the coal. From the chemical changes which take place in the combination of the hydrogen with oxygen, the bulk of the products is found to be to the bulk of the atmospheric air required to furnish the oxygen, as 10 is to 11. "
Journal of the Franklin Institute - Page 177
1845
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 8

1845
...been shown to be 150-35 cubic feet, of which 44-64 enter into combination with the gases, and 105-71 with the solid portion of the coal. From the chemical...the oxygen, as 10 is to 11. The amount is therefore 49-104. This is without taking into account the augmentation of the bulk, due to increase of the temperature....
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 3

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1844
...shown to be 150 '35 cubic feet, of which 44 '64 enter into combination with the gases, and 105' 71 with the solid portion of the coal. From the chemical...the oxygen, as 10 is to 11. The amount is therefore 49 • 104. This is without taking into account the augmentation of the bulk, due to the increase of...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 41

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1844
...been shown to be 150-35 cubic feet, of which 44-64 enter into combination with the gases, and 105'71 with the solid portion of the coal. From the chemical...the oxygen, as 10 is to 11. The amount is therefore 49-104. This is without taking into account the augmentation of the bulk, due to the increase of the...
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Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 41

1844 - 508 pages
...been shown to be 150-35 cubic feet, of which 44-64 enter into combination with the gases, and 105-71 with the solid portion of the coal. From the chemical...the oxygen, as 10 is to 11. The amount is therefore 49'104. This is without taking into account the augmentation of the bulk, due to the increase of the...
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The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, Volume 41

1844
...been shown to be 150'35 cubic feet, of which 44~64 enter into combination with the gases, and 105'71 with the solid portion of the coal. From the chemical...the oxygen, as 10 is to 11. The amount is therefore 49-104. This is without taking into account the augmentation of the bulk, due to the increase of the...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1845
...been shown to be 150-35 cubic feet, of which 44454? enter into combination with the gases, and 105'71 with the solid portion of the coal. From the chemical...atmospheric air required to furnish the oxygen, as 10 is to 1 1. The amount is therefore 49-l04. This is without taking into account the augmentation of the bulk...
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The London Journal of Arts, Sciences, and Manufactures, and ..., Volume 27

1846 - 528 pages
...been shown to be I50'35 cubic feet, of which 44-64 enter into combination with the gases, and 105-71 with the solid portion of the coal. From the chemical...the oxygen, as 10 is to 11. The amount is therefore 49-104. This is without taking into account the augmentation of the bulk, due to the increase of the...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1846 - 528 pages
...been shown to be 150-35 cubic feet, of which 44-64 enter into combination with the gases, and 105-71 with the solid portion of the coal. From the chemical...the oxygen, as 10 is to 11. The amount is therefore 49- 104. This is without taking into account the augmentation of the bulk, due to the increase of the...
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London Journal of Arts, Sciences and Manufacturers, and Repertory ..., Volume 27

1846 - 530 pages
...been shown to be 150'35 cubic feet, of which 44'64 enter into combination with the gases, and 105'71 with the solid portion of the coal. From the chemical...the oxygen, as 10 is to 11. The amount is therefore 49'104. This is without taking into account the augmentation of the bulk, due to the increase of the...
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Two Lectures, on the Construction of Boilers, and on Boiler Explosions, with ...

William Fairbairn - 1851 - 60 pages
...coal, Mr. Murray states, that " The quantity of air chemically required for the combustion of 1 Ib. of coal has been shown to be 150.35 cubic feet, of which...taking into account the augmentation of the bulk due to the increase of the temperature. In the combination which takes place between the carbon and the oxygen,...
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