Thilorier and the First Solidification of a "Permanent" Gas (1835)

  title={Thilorier and the First Solidification of a "Permanent" Gas (1835)},
  author={M. Thilorier},
  pages={109 - 113}
N.B. Previous facsimiles in this series, and the volume of Isis in which each appeared, are as follows: I. A. De Moivre, I738, 8. II. B. Pascal, I640, IO. III-IV. H. Oersted, I820, Io. V. R. Mayer, I842, I842, I3. VI. J. P. Joule, I843, I3. VII. S. Carnot, I824-32, 13. VIII. C. Darwin, i858, I4. IX. A. Wallace, I858, I4. X. I. Newton, I672, I4. XI. A. Volta, i8oo, I5. XII. J. Bradley, I729, i6. XIII. K. E. von Baer, I827, i6. XIV. H. Lloyd, I833, I7. XV. J. Bradley, I748, I7. XVI. Gemma Frisius… Expand
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XVIII. The Bakerian Lecture.—On the continuity of the gaseous and liquid states of matter
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  • Chemistry
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
  • 1869
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" Liquefaction du gas acide car - bonique , " L ' Institut , 1834 , 2 : 197 - 198 ; " Propri - 6 t 6 s de l ' acide carbonique liquide
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