1907
DOI: 10.1021/ja01959a003 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: to doubt that the outcome of the present investigation, 39. I 14, really represents the atomic weight of potassium. I t is needless to point out that this cliange in the atomic weight of potassium will affect many other atomic weights. Summary. This investigation upon the atomic weight of potassium presents, among other considerations, the following additions to the knowledge of the subject : (I) The problem of preparing pure potassium bromide was solved in two ways. (2) An unusually satisfactory method for pr… Show more

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