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Chemistry in Space

Nature volume 49, page 173 | Download Citation

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IT may be of interest to your readers to know that the idea of the arrangement of atoms in space, which is looked upon as quite a modern one, is clearly put forth by Wollaston in his paper entitled “On Super-Acid and Sub-Acid Salts” (Phil. Trans, vol. xcviii. 1808, pp. 96–102).

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