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Bøker Bok 110 av 31... buried in the earth, exposed to moisture, and partially or entirely excluded...
" ... buried in the earth, exposed to moisture, and partially or entirely excluded from the air, they decompose slowly and evolve carbonic acid gas, thus parting with a portion of their original oxygen. By this means, they become gradually converted into... "
Calcutta Review - Side 231
1849
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Travels in North America: With Geological Observations on the ..., Volum 1

Sir Charles Lyell - 1845
...of their original oxygen. By this means, they become gradually converted into lignite or wood-coal, which contains a larger proportion of hydrogen than...According to Bischoff, the inflammable gases which are always escaping from mineral coal, and are so often the cause of fatal accidents in mines, always...
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The American Whig Review, Volum 2

1845
...of their original oxygen. By this means, they become gradually converted into lignite or wood-coal, which contains a larger proportion of hydrogen than...discharge of carburetted hydrogen, or the gas by which we illumine our streets and houses. According to BischofT, the inflammable gasses which are always escaping...
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Travels in North America, in the Years 1841-2: With Geological ..., Volum 1

Sir Charles Lyell - 1845
...of their original oxygen. By this means, they become gradually converted into lignite or wood-coal, which contains a larger proportion of hydrogen than...common or bituminous coal, chiefly by the discharge of carburettcd hydrogen, or the gas by which we illumine our streets and houses. According to Bischoff,...
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The Eclectic Review, Volum 18;Volum 82

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1845
...of their original oxygen. By this means they become gradually converted into lignite or wood-coal, which contains a larger proportion of hydrogen than...does. A continuance of decomposition changes this ligmte into common or bituminous coal, chiefly by the discharge of carburetted hydrogen, or the gas...
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Incentives to the Cultivation of the Science of Geology: Designed for the ...

Samuel Sidwell Randall - 1846 - 189 sider
...of their original oxygen. By this means, they become gradually converted into lignite, or wood-coal, which contains a larger proportion of hydrogen than...discharge of carburetted hydrogen, or the gas by which we illumine our streets and houses. According to Bischoff, the inflammable gases which are always escaping...
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Sketches of Geology

Caroline Frances Cornwallis - 1848 - 118 sider
...contains a larger proportion of hydrogen than is found in wood. A continuance of decomposition changes the lignite into common or bituminous coal, chiefly by the discharge of carburetted hydrogen (coal gas). The inflammable gases which are always escaping from mineral coal, contain carbonic acid,...
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The Calcutta Review, Volum 12

1849
...per cent, of bitumen, thus becoming a genuine anthracite. " It appears from the researches of Liebig and other eminent chemists, that when wood and vegetable..."According to Bischoff, the inflammable gases, which are always escaping from mineral coal, and are so often the causes of fatal accidents in mines, always...
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Calcutta Review, Volumer 11-12

1849
...they decompose slowly, and evolve ' carbonic acid gas, thus parting with a portion of their origi' nal oxygen. " By this means, they become gradually converted...According to BischofF, the inflammable gases, which are always escaping from mineral coal, and are so often the causes of fatal accidents in mines, always...
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A Manual of Elementary Geology; Or, The Ancient Changes of the Earth and Its ...

Sir Charles Lyell - 1851 - 512 sider
...of their original oxygen. By this means, they become gradually converted into lignite or wood-coal, which contains a larger proportion of hydrogen than...According to Bischoff, the inflammable gases which are always escaping from mineral coal, and are so often the cause of fatal accidents in mines, always...
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Recreations in Geology

Rosina M. Zornlin - 1852 - 396 sider
...'It appears, from the researches of Liebig and other eminent chemists,' observes Sir Charles Lyell, ' that when wood and vegetable matter are buried in...we illuminate our streets and houses. According to Bisehoff, the inflammable gases which are always escaping from mineral coal, and are so often the cause...
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