Plate 7: Arrangements of elastic fluid particles
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 by rays emanating from the solid central atom.
FIg. 5 represents two atoms of hydrogen drawn in due proportion to those of azote, and coming in contact with them.
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Dalton, John. “Plate 7: Arrangements of Elastic Fluid Particles.” In A New System of Chemical Philosophy. Manchester, England: Russell & Allen, 1810. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/bk128b680.
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