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" When there, it may be subjected to deoxidating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upwards by the expansive force of heat and steam, or by hydrostatic pressure. This theory has been very generally adopted, as best... "
The Mining and Smelting Magazine - Seite 206
1864
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Band 1

1864
...vol ime. This gas, he remarks, is not only characteristic of hot-springs, but is largely disengMged from volcanic craters during eruptions. In both cases...through which the spring rises are crystalline and unfbssiliferous. It will, however, of course be admitted, as Professor Bischoff has pointed out, that...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Band 34

1865
...that ten or twenty years should elapse between the periods when solid matter was emitted, or (say) an interval of three centuries, as in the case of...pressure. This theory has been very generally adopted, as beet accounting for the constant disengagement of large bodies of nitrogen, even where the rocks through...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865
...to great depths, so as to reach the heated interior. When there it may be subjected to deoxydatlng processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free...disengagement of large bodies of nitrogen, even where the rock» through which the spring rises are crystalline and unfossiliferous. It will, however, of course...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1865
...to great depths, so as to reach the heated interior. When there it may be subjected to deoxydating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free...accounting for the constant disengagement of large tedies of nitrogen, even where the rocks through which the spring rises are crystalline and unfossiliferous....
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Band 16

1866
...to great depths, so as to reach the heated interior. When there it may be subjected to deoxydating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free...unfossiliferous. It will, however, of course be admitted, as Prof. Bischoff has pointed out, that in some places organic matter has supplied a large part of the...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Band 16

1866
...to great depths, so as to reach the heated interior. When there it may be subjected to deoxydating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free...unfossiliferous. It will, however, of course be admitted, as Prof. Bischoff has pointed out, that in some places organic matter has supplied a large part of the...
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Annual Meetings: Proceedings Etc.]

1864
...deoxidating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may be driven upwards by tho expansive force of heat and steam, or by hydrostatic...even where the rocks through which the spring rises aro crystalline and unfossiliferoua. It will, however, of course bo admitted, as Professor Bisehoff...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865
...to great depths, so as to reach the heated interior. When there it may be subjected to deoxydating processes, so that the nitrogen, being left in a free...accounting for the constant disengagement of large todies of nitrogen, even where the rocks through which the spring rises are crystalline and unfossiliferous....
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Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Band 71

1865
...that ten or twenty years should elapse between the periods when solid matter was emitted, or (say) an interval of three centuries, as in the case of...unfossiliferous. It will, however, of course be admitted, as Prof. Bischoff has pointed out, that in some places organic matter has supplied a large part of the...
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Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Band 71

1865
...so as to reach tlie heated interior. When there, it may be subjected to deoxidating processes, во that the nitrogen, being left in a free state, may...unfossiliferous. It will, however, of course be admitted, -- Prof. Bischoff has pointed out, that in some places organic matter has supplied a large part of...
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