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We note particularly in the above work the chapters on elements and compounds, combination in de-finite and multiple proportions, calculations, physical measurements, and the properties of gases. In Part II. 'the followingx1non-metallic element-, are studied with their more important compounds: Oxygen,hydrogen, nitrogen, chlorine, sulphur and carbon.
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