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Unpublished paper, 'Researches on chemical equivalence. Part V' by Edmund J [James] Mills and Bertram Hunt

Reference number: AP/61/14

Date: 1881-1882

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Following on from previous researches into chemical equivalences, Mills and Hunt propose 'to consider a case in which a metallic sulphate belonging to some other group [than metallic sulphates of the nickel group] is compared with the same standard, sodic carbonate [sodium carbonate] being the precipitant.'

Marked on front as 'Proceedings' and 'Archives Jan 19/82'. With an uncorrected printed proof of the paper, dated 23 September 1882.

Subject: Chemistry

Received 27 October 1881. Read 17 November 1881.

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AP/61/14
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1881-1882
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7 pages
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Manuscript
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Edmund James Mills

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Edmund James Mills, Unpublished paper, 'Researches on chemical equivalence. Part V' by Edmund J [James] Mills and Bertram Hunt, 1881-1882, AP/61/14, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/ap_61_14/unpublished-paper-researches-on-chemical-equivalence-part-v-by-edmund-j-james-mills-and-bertram-hunt, accessed on 14 June 2024

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