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Avogadro's Hypothesis (or Law)

Nature volume 82, page 338 (20 January 1910) | Download Citation

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IN Prof. Tilden's “Life of Mendeléeff” in the current number of the Journal of the Chemical Society, I see that he refers repeatedly to the “law” of Avogadro. Sir William Ramsay, in his “Modern Chemistry”, speaks of it as a “hypothesis”, and this has surely been, until recently, the practice of chemists.

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