Experimental researches in chemistry and physics by Michael Faraday

By Michael Faraday

It is a facsimile reprint of Faraday's unique booklet released in 1895 by way of Taylor and Francis, which used to be a set of his papers written over a interval of forty years and released in a variety of discovered and clinical journals comparable to "Philosophical Magazine", "Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society" and "The magazine of the Royal Institution". The booklet is meant to have a good time the bicentenniel of Faraday's Read more...

summary: this can be a facsimile reprint of Faraday's unique e-book released in 1895 through Taylor and Francis, which used to be a suite of his papers written over a interval of forty years and released in numerous realized and clinical journals corresponding to "Philosophical Magazine", "Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society" and "The magazine of the Royal Institution". The publication is meant to have fun the bicentenniel of Faraday's delivery in 1791

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Calomel was formed and carbon deposited. A very minute bubble of gas was produced, but it was much too small to interfere with the conclusions drawn respecting the binary nature of the compound; and was probably caused by air that had adhered to the sides of the tube when the mercury was poured in. The most perfect demonstration that the body contains no hydrogen, and indeed of its nature altogether, is obtained from the circumstances which attend its formation. When the fluid compound of chlorine and olefiant gas is acted on by chlorine and solar light in close vessels, although the whole of the chlorine disappears, yet there is no change of volume, its place being occupied by muriatic acid gas.

The vapour of the perchloride of carbon readily detonates by the electric spark with a mixture of oxygen and hydrogen gases; but the gaseous results are very mixed and uncertain, from the near equipoise of affinities that exists among the elements. Sulphur readily unites to it when melted with it, and the mixture crystallizes on cooling into a yellowish mass. When heated more strongly, the substance rises unchanged, and leaves the sulphur unaltered; but when the mixed vapours are raised to a still higher temperature, chloride of sulphur and protochloride of carbon are formed.

Some crystals of calomel were introduced into ammoniacal gas; they immediately blackened on the surface, and gas was absorbed. The action appeared to be exactly similar to that exerted when calomel is thrown into solution of ammonia. A black substance is produced, which though repeatedly washed in distilled water, gives off ammonia by heat, and calomel with a little mercury sublimes. A piece of fused chloride of lead exerted but little action in a fortnight; a small quantity of gas was absorbed, and a very superficial combination had been formed.

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