XXIII. Experiments on the alcohol of sulphur, or sulphuret of carbon

@article{BerzeliusXXIIIEO,
  title={XXIII. Experiments on the alcohol of sulphur, or sulphuret of carbon},
  author={J{\"o}ns Jacob Berzelius and Alexander John Gaspard Marcet},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  pages={171 - 199}
}
There has been, of late years, much discussion respecting the nature of a singular oily liquid, which was first noticed by Mr. Lampadius, who procured it by distillation from a mixture of pyrites and charcoal, and gave it the name of alcohol of sulphur, on account of its very great volatility. 
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