XIX. On the mutual action of sulphuric acid and alcohol, and on the nature of the process by which ether is formed

@article{HennellXIXOT,
  title={XIX. On the mutual action of sulphuric acid and alcohol, and on the nature of the process by which ether is formed},
  author={Henry Hennell},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  pages={365 - 371}
}
  • Henry Hennell
  • Engineering
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
1. I was some time since engaged in an investigation of the nature of oil of wine and of the salts called sulphovinates: the results I obtained were considered of sufficient importance to be honoured with a place in the Philosophical Transactions. The oil of wine and sulphovinic acid are substances produced during the mutual action of sulphuric acid and alcohol in the well-known process adopted for the preparation of ether; and an important point with me, during the above investigations and… Expand
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