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" Indian-ink, porcelain, asbestos, fluor-spar, minium, cinnabar, binoxide of lead, sulphate of zinc, tourinaline, graphite, and charcoal. In the second class are placed bismuth, antimony, zinc, tin, cadmium, sodium, mercury, lead, silver, copper, gold,... "
Elementary Chemistry, Theoretical and Practical - Pagina 90
door George Fownes - 1855 - 555 pagina’s
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Works of the Cavendish Society: Gmelin, Leopold. Hand-book of ..., Volume 2

1848
...(silicoborate of lead). — Among the metals, the order of diamagnetic energy appears to be as follows: Bismuth, antimony, zinc, tin, cadmium, sodium, mercury, lead, silver, copper, gold, arsenic, nranim, rhodium, iridium, tungsten. Some remarkable results are obtained when solutions of magnetic...
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Hand-book of Chemistry, Volume 1

Leopold Gmelin - 1848
...(silicoborate of lead). — Among the metals, the order of diamagnetic energy appears to be as follows: Bismuth, antimony, zinc, tin, cadmium, sodium, mercury, lead, silver, copper, gold, arsenic, uranim, rhodium, iridium, tungsten. Some remarkable results are obtained when solutions of magnetic...
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Rudimentary Magnetism: Being a Concise Exposition of the General Principles ...

Sir William Snow Harris - 1850 - 186 pagina’s
...Iron. Nickel. Cobalt. Manganese. Chromium. Cerium. Titanium. Palladium. Platinum. Osmium. Dia-magnetic. Bismuth. Antimony. Zinc. Tin. Cadmium. Sodium. Mercury....Gold. Arsenic. Uranium. Rhodium. Iridium. Tungsten. The scale here, as in the classification of electrics and conductors,* runs through neutrality from...
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An Elementary Introduction to Mineralogy

William Phillips - 1852 - 700 pagina’s
...following, called ' diamagnetic,- are repelled by either pole of a magnet : — Bismuth, phosphorus, antimony, zinc, tin, cadmium, sodium, mercury, lead,...copper, gold, arsenic, uranium, rhodium, iridium, /scheelium. \; The substances are arranged nearly in the order of the intensity of the power by which...
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Hand-books of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy, Volume 2

Dionysius Lardner - 1854
...diamagnetic of all substances. Among the metals, the order of diamagnetic energy is as follows: — Bismuth, antimony, zinc, tin, cadmium, sodium, mercury,...copper, gold, arsenic, uranium, rhodium, iridium, and tungsten. In his first experiments on this subject, Faraday was led to the conclusion that gaseous...
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Hand-books of Natural Philosophy: Courses I, II.

Dionysius Lardner - 1853
...diamagnetic of all substances. Among the metals, the order of diamagnetic energy is as follows: — Bismuth, antimony, zinc, tin, cadmium, sodium, mercury,...copper, gold, arsenic, uranium, rhodium, iridium, and tungsten. In his first experiments on this subject, Faraday was led to the conclusion that gaseous...
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Cyclopaedia of Chemistry with Its Applications to Mineralogy, Physiology ...

Robert Dundas Thomson - 1854 - 539 pagina’s
...cobalt, manganese, chromium, cerium, titanium, palladium, platinum, osmium. The diamagnetic meUils are bismuth, antimony, zinc, tin, cadmium, sodium, mercury,...gold, arsenic, uranium, rhodium, iridium, tungsten. Diamond. Syn. Demant, adamas, adamantos. Physical Ch. — Regular system, 1. octahedrons; 2. octahedrons...
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Experimental Researches in Electricity: Series 19-29 [Phil. trans., 1846-52 ...

Michael Faraday - 1855
...Iron Nickel. Cobalt. Manganese. Chromium. Cerium. Titanium. Palladium. Platinum. Osmium. Diamagnetic. Bismuth. Antimony. Zinc. Tin. Cadmium. Sodium. Mercury....Gold. Arsenic. Uranium. Rhodium. Iridium. Tungsten. v 0 TI vi. Action of magnets on air and gases. 2400. It was impossible to advance, in an experimental...
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Elementary Course of Geology, Mineralogy, and Physical Geography

David T[homas] Ansted, David Thomas Ansted - 1856 - 606 pagina’s
...the most powerful of this latter kind (called diamagnetic bodies), and after it follow phosphorus, antimony, zinc, tin, cadmium, sodium, mercury, lead,...gold, arsenic, uranium, rhodium, iridium, tungsten, which all tend to place themselves equatorially when undergoing the direct action of magnetic force....
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A Manual of Elementary Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical

George Fownes - 1859 - 564 pagina’s
...asbestos, fluorspar, minium, cinnabar, binoxide of lead, sulphate of zinc, tourmaline, graphite, and charcoal. In the second class are placed bismuth,...caoutchouc, sugar, starch, gum, and wood. These are dinmngnctic. If diamagnetic and paramagnetic bodies are combined, their peculiar properties are destroyed....
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