|Nov10-12, 08:32 PM||#1|
Where do I find examples of the gases that Dalton used
I am trying to get a better idea of how Dalton came up with his values of atomic weights for various elements. I know that he used ratios of gas mixtures and I've read about CO, CO2 and CuCO3 (with the a 3 to 4 ratio of C to O). I would like to see many of his specific examples using his ratios, but I can not find this spelled out clearly anywhere on the web. Can anyone shed some light for me?
|Nov13-12, 11:37 PM||#2|
This might help. He got many of them wrong. He incorrectly believed that water was a binary compound of one hydrogen and one oxygen and that ammonia likewise was a binary compound.
|Nov23-12, 09:16 PM||#3|
This paper is great!
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