Bibliographical notices

1870 Journal of the Franklin Institute  
Bibliographical .Votice~. 213 it. has been tbuud most desirable to designate the acids by names which bring the radical more clearly to view. Preference is therefore given to those which are readily resolved into the water or dyad type; thus, acetic acid, as atartachalt or lartachalt, is easily separated into syllables which reveal its typical structure [al-arta-,'/~d]at. When al is replaced by a monad metal, the typical tbrm is still apparent [am.arte~cl~al]aL An atom of a dyad metal replaces
more » ... yad metal replaces the hydrogen atom in two molecules of acid ; therefore the torso arlachalt is doubled, which is indicated by the suffix e having the sound of eh, thus, artachalte. In the sesqui-aeetates, the double torso artachalte is trebled, and indicated by the suffix ca= 6; for example, the acetate of alumina = A12CIZI[1,~OIz , is zt lem-artacl, allca.
doi:10.1016/0016-0032(70)90681-2 fatcat:gz647zktrbgmzob7j5l5tjqmei