Crude Chemical Formulas and Equivalent Masses

  • Pierre Duhem
Part of the Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science book series (BSPS, volume 223)


Not [67] only has each chemical combination a perfectly definite composition, but also the compositions of the various chemical combinations are not entirely independent of one another. Such was the result of work undertaken by Richter at the end of the eighteenth century1.


Hydrogen Sulphide Hydrogen Chloride Simple Substance Chemical Analogy Barium Nitrate 
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