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Equal electric currentb, passing through electrolysable salts, separate in equal times weights of the several metals proportional to their equivdents. Thus the same current precipitates at the negative pole 107-9 grammes of silver ; 103.5 of "lead ; 39.1 of potassium ; 68.5 grammes of barium. TO make them proportional to atomic weights, there should be for 107.9 grammes of siiyer, '107 of lead, i. e., double the weight actually thrown down. Also for 39.1 grammes of potassium, there should hedoi:10.1021/ja02131a615 fatcat:3ouadhq5ufgb3m5cqrybnhnhxe