XXVII.—The atomic weight of chromium

S. G. Rawson
1889 Journal of the Chemical Society Transactions  
A GREAT many investigations have been made of the atomic weight of this element, and the result, leaving on one side the work of the earlier experimenters, seems to place the value between 52.0 and 52.5. IV-gram weights for me, and found that loA = 10.000077; l o B = 1 O.OO008 7. From these, the actual values of the remaining brass gilded weights were determined. No coi-rection was made for the platinum weights.
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