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The Atmosphere

By: A J Berry
The Atmosphere
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About this book

This volume, first published in 1913, gives an account of the history of discovering the different chemical properties and physical displays that make up the atmosphere.

Contents

Early history;
Chemistry during the phlogistic period;
The decline and fall of the phlogistic theory;
The principal constituents of the atmosphere;
The escape of gases from planetary atmospheres according to the kinetic theory;
Liquid air;
The inert gases in the atmosphere;
The radioactivity of the atmosphere;
The probable composition of the atmosphere in early geological time;
Bibliography;
Index.

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