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    • 1810

    The first 16 figures represent the atoms of different elastic fluids, drawn in squares of different magnitude in proportion to the diameters of the atoms.
    Fig. 17 exhibits curve lines by which the boiling point of…

    • 1810

    Figs. 1-3 represent profile views of the disposition and arrangement of hydrogen, nitrous, and carbonic acid gas particles.
    Fig. 4 is the representation of four particles of azote with their elastic atmospheres, marked…

    • 1810

    This plate exhibits various symbols devised to represent simple and compound elements; they are nearly the same as in plate 4, only extended and corrected.

    • 1808

    This plate contains the arbitrary marks or signs chosen to represent several chemical elements, from simple elements such as hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen, to septenary elements such as an atom of sugar.

    • 1808

    Fig. 1 represents particles (balls) of water, the square form denoting the arrangement in water.
    Fig, 2 represents particles (balls) of water, the rhomboidal form denoting the arrangement in ice.
    Fig. 3 represents the…

    • 1808

    Fig. 1 represents an air thermometer, or the expansion of air by heat.
    Fig. 2 is the logarithmic curve.
    Fig. 3 is a device suggested by "Mr. Ewart," to illustrate Dalton's idea on the temperature of the atmosphere.

    • 1808

    Fig. 1 is intended to illustrate Dalton's ideas on the subject of the capacities of bodies for heat.
    Fig. 2 is a comparative view of the old and new divisions of the scale of the mercurial thermometer.
    FIg. 3 is a view…

    • 1808 – 1827

    First edition of a milestone work in the history of chemistry, in which Dalton announced his revolutionary atomic theory and laws of definite and multiple proportions. As outlined by Dalton, these fundamental laws…