XV. On the identity of Columbium and Tantalum

@article{WollastonXVOT,
  title={XV. On the identity of Columbium and Tantalum},
  author={William Hyde Wollaston},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  pages={246 - 252}
}
  • W. H. Wollaston
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W ithin a short time after the discovery of columbium by Mr. Hatchett in 1801, a metallic substance was also discovered in Sweden by M. EKEBERG, differing from every metal then known to him ; and accordingly he described the properties by which it might be distinguished from those which it most nearly resembled. But although the Swedish metal has retained the name of Tantalum given to it by M .Ekeberg, a reasonable degree of doubt has been entertained by chemists, whether these two authors had… 

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