A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE MOVEMENT FOR INCREASING THE ACCURACY AND FOR IMPROVING THE CONSTRUCTION OF CHEMICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS

Ervin E. Ewell
1899 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
REVIEW. 527 chloric acid, the calcium and strontium being then separated by other reagents. All the above, as far as concerns the carbonates, is modified slightly by the hydrolytic dissociation which takes place in the solutions. T h e relations, however, between the carbonates and sulphates will remain unchanged since the hydrolytic dissociation will take place to nearly the same extent in the solutionsof all three. REVIEW.
doi:10.1021/ja02056a010 fatcat:apdm47nerjhrhe6rcsykxntaz4