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or, because of its very high diffusibility, gets into the sewer pipes of houses and finds an avenue even into living rooms. During the process of filtration through the soil the deadly water gas becomes separated from the naphtha compounds with which it was mixed in order to give it illuminating power. It is to these naptha ele¬ ments that gas owes its characteristic odor. The soildoi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480240030006 fatcat:wic53sb46rek7ndlnup23n66vy