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An investigation into the three component system, zinc oxide, hydrochloric acid, zinc chloride and water
(University of Canterbury. Chemistry, 1928)
Zinc Hydrogen or oxide is soluble in an aqueous solution of zinc chloride, and when a concentrated solution is diluted with water, a basic salt, an oxychloride of zinc is precipitated. The Formation of zinc oxychloride is ...
A study of the transformation temperature of sulphur by means of X-ray diffraction photographs
(University of Canterbury. Physics, 1928)
On July 6th, 1826 Mitscherlich presented to the Berlin Academy his outstanding crystallographic paper, in which he announced his discovery that one of the best known of chemical elements, Sulphur, was capable of crystallising ...