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Experiments And Observations On Different Kinds of Air

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Bees-wax absorbed this air very slowly. About the bigness of a hazel-nutof the wax being put to three ounce measures of the acid air, the airwas diminished one half in two days, and, upon the admission of water, half of the remainder also disappeared. This air was stronglyinflammable.
Charcoal absorbed this air very fast. About one fourth of it wasrendered immiscible in water, and was but weakly inflammable.
A small bit of _phosphorus_, perhaps about half a grain, smoked, andgave light in the a
...cid air, just as it would have done in common airconfined. It was not sensibly wasted after continuing about twelvehours in that state, and the bulk of the air was very little diminished. Water being admitted to it absorbed it as before, except about one fifthof the whole. It was but weakly inflammable.
Putting several pieces of _sulphur_ to this air, it was absorbed butslowly. In about twenty-four hours about one fifth of the quantity haddisappeared; and water being admitted to the remainder, very little morewas absorbed.


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