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Fellow Of The College Of Physicians. From the. Experiments on the Analysis of the Heavy Inflammable Air. By William Austin, M. Fellow of the College of Physicians; Communicated by Charles Blagden, M. Sec. S ArticleAuthor: Leslie Tomory. FARTHER EXPERIMENTS RELATING TO THE DECOMPOSITION OF DEPHLOGISTICATED AND INFLAMMABLE AIR.

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