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Chemical Lecture Experiments 1926

Chemical Lecture Experiments 1926

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Chemical Lecture Experiments 1926
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NOTE
TO
THE
READER
The
work
which
Professor
Davison
loved
best
of
all
was
teaching.
He
believed
it
to
be
among
the
noblest
of
callings,
and
he
devoted
himself
to
it
with
all
the
power
that
was
his.
*
Realizingthat
the
mind
of
thestudent
often
can
bereached
and
interested
even
more
through
the
eye
than
the
earf
he
developed
a
skill
in
lecture
table
demonstrations
rarely
sur-
passed.
After
the
experiences
of
nearly
a
quarter
of
a
century,
he
felt
he
would
like
to
pass
on
to
his
colleagues
the
methods
worked
out
with
so
much
care.
Thus
the
present
volume
was
planned,
and
took
shape.
The
bookwas
almost
ready
for
the
press
when,
upon
returning
home
from
a
day
of
pleasant
labor,
its
author
was
suddenly
stricken
with
a
cerebral
hemorrhage;
and
even
before
his
friends
and
col-
leagues
were
aware
of
the
fact,
he
had
passed
away.
Mr.Horace
B.
Pray,
for
many
years
student
and
instructor
under
Professor
Davison,
has
carefully
gone
over
all
the
manuscript,
but
it
is
presented,
nevertheless,
essentially
unaltered.
It
is
dedicated
to
the
teachers
of
chemistry,
in
the
sincere
hope
that
some
of
the
best
of
the
writer's
work
may
indeed
live
after
him,
in
the
service
of
the
profession
for
which
he
cared
so
much.
L.
A.
BlGELOW.
July,1926.
 
TABLE
OF
CONTENTS
EXPERIMENTS
WITH
GASES
EXPERIMENT
NUMBER
PAGE
20
Vapor
Density
of
Gases
by
Effusion
48
49
Diffusion
of
Gases
98
53
Low
Vapor
Pressure
ofSulfuric
Acid
105
7
Carbon
Monoxide
30
13
Explosion
of
Hydrogen-Chlorine
Mixture
by
Light
.
37
COMBUSTION
AND
OXIDATION
1
Zinc
Ethyl
19
6
Oxidation
of
Ferrous
Salts
to
Ferric
Salts
....
29
4
Dust
Explosion
26
2
Sensitive
Flame
22
3
Carrying
Flame
in
Hands
24
46
Explosion
of
Hydrogen-Chlorine
Mixture
....
90
15
Combustion
of
Phosphorus
in
Potassium
Chlorate
.
41
23
Oxidation
of
Ammonia
55
39
Combustion
in
a
Furnace
79
40
Oxidation
of
Sulfur
Dioxidewith
Sodium
Peroxide
.
81
52
Inflammability
of
Carbon
Bisulfide
104
56
Burning
of
Acetylene
in
Chlorine
Ill
HYDROLYSIS
5
Cleansing
Action
of
Soap
31
11
Hydrolysis
of
Aluminium
Sulfide
35
62
Hydrolysis
of
Ammonium
Sulfate
122
17
Hydrolysis
of
Sodium
Acetate
44
7

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