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His theory of the calcination of metals is similar to Boyle’s (Vol. II, p. 530). ’ He describes^® experiments by Duclos (p. 12) and himself on the calcination of metallic antimony by a burning glass in which 4 oz. ^^ ^AdS, 1709, m 106; (A) m 133. ■Cf. Ettmiiller, Nouvelle Chymie raisomtee, Lyon, 1693, iS9®Essai d’analyse du soufre commun, AdS, 1703, m 31; (A) m 36. ,(A )m 4 7 . ®Observations sur les matieres sulfureuses et sur la facilite de les changcr d’une espece de soufre en une autre, AdS, 1710, m 225; (A), m 302.

G. of lead) set free am­ monia from sal ammoniac, Geoffroy thought they contained an alkali. He quotes Stahl’s works in the original. g. of lead. Calcination is a sort of fermentation among the particles of the metal. Modern authors who begin the phlogiston theory in France with Macquer (see p. 83) overlook Geoffroy. ^ Affinity tables were pub­ lished by many chemists. Guyton de Morveau,^ who distinguished between ^AdS, 1720, h 35-7> m 20-34. • Pott, Dissertations Chymiques, i7S9, 223 f. * Ed. of Lemery, Cours de Chymie, 4°, 1756, 214, 230, 233-4 (je pense que toutes ces affinites & ces rapports tant vant6s n’ont rien d’absolu & de reel), 353; Jagnaux, 1891, i, 308, is wrong in saying that the expression ‘faiseurs de tables’, to which Macquer, (2), 1778, i, 67, objected, is to be found in Baron’s notes; Macquer says it is in ‘a work printed in i77S ’, probably Monnet, Traite de la Dissolution des Metaux, Amsterdam and Paris, 1775; q.

AdS, 1708, h 61, m 376. N. Lemery, Court de Chymie, ed. Baron, 4°, 1756, 229. Sur la matiere du feu ou de la lumiere, AdS, 1709, h 6, m 400. IlFosforo, owero lepietra Bolognese preparata perfar rihicerefra I'ombre, 8°, Rome, 1680. HOM BERG 43 Homberg a bar of gold made by art, for which he realised 400 francs, and in 1685 he returned to Rome, where he practised medicine. The Abbe Bignon recalled him to Paris in 1691 and nominated him a member of the Academy. Homberg soon after began to give lessons in chemistry to the Duke of Orleans (Regent in 1715), who had a splendid laboratory and had purchased the large 3 ft.

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