A Lecture Experiment

@article{NewthALE,
  title={A Lecture Experiment},
  author={Gail Newth},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={49},
  pages={293-293}
}
WHEN charcoal, which has been allowed to absorb as much sulphuretted hydrogen as it can take up, is introduced into oxygen gas, the charcoal will burst into flame owing to the energy of the action of the oxygen upon the sulphuretted hydrogen.