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Helium, a Constituent of Certain Minerals1 I

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THE gas obtained from the mineral cléveite, of which a preliminary account has been communicated to the Royal Society (Proceedings, May 2, 1895), has been the subject of our investigation since the middle of April. Although much still remains to be done, enough information has been gained to make us believe that an account of our experiments, so far as they have gone, will be received with interest.

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