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Hydrogen in Air

Nature volume 63, pages 478479 (14 March 1901) | Download Citation



IN a recent number of the Annales de Chimie et de Physique (January, 1901), M. Armand Gautier, professor of chemistry at the École de Médicine, Paris, gives a connected account of his researches on the combustible gases of the atmosphere. These researches have occupied some years, they have been carried out with extraordinary care and completeness, and they have yielded results of very great interest both in regard to their main object and also in relation to incidental scientific questions.

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