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" ... volatile, some of it is launched into the air, on its escape from combination ; and in the air it is always found. As it is soluble in water, it is found wherever we find water on the surface of the earth, or in the air, and probably in all natural... "
Proceedings of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester - Page 189
by Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester - 1877
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Transactions, 5. köide

Sanitary Institute of Great Britain - 1884
...earth, or in the air, and probably in all natural waters, even the deepest and most purified. As a part of the atmosphere, it touches all substances and can...habitations of all animals. " If you pick up a stone in the city and wash off the matter on the surface, you will find the water to contain ammonia. If you...
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Transactions of the Sanitary Institute of Great Britain, 5. köide

Sanitary Institute of Great Britain - 1884
...earth, or in the air, and probably in all natural waters, even the deepest and most purified. As a part of the atmosphere, it touches all substances and can...habitations of all animals. "If you pick up a stone in the city and wash off the matter on the surface, you will find the water to contain ammonia. If you...
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the sanitary record

ernest hart - 1884
...earth, or in the air, and'probably in all natural waters, even the deepest and most purified. As a part of the atmosphere, it touches all substances and can...habitations of all animals. ' If you pick up a stone in the city and wash off the matter on thî surface, you will find the water to contain ammonia. If you...
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The Health exhibition literature, 1. köide

1884
...earth, or in the air, and probably in all natural waters, even the deepest and most purified. As a part of the atmosphere, it touches all substances, and...men and animals, perhaps attached more or less to the surface of all objects, but especially to all found within human habitations, and, we might almost...
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Health in the dwelling

1884
...earth, or in the air, and probably in all natural waters, even the deepest and most purified. As a part of the atmosphere, it touches all substances, and...men and animals, perhaps attached more or less to the surface of all objects, but especially to all found within human habitations, and, we might almost...
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the sanitary journal

james christie - 1885
...earth, or in the air, and probably in all natural waters, even the deepest and most purified. As a part of the atmosphere, it touches all substances, and...habitations of all animals. "If you pick up a stone in the city and wash off the matter on the surface you will find the water to contain ammonia. If you...
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Climatology and Mineral Waters of the United States, 4. köide

Agrippa Nelson Bell - 1885 - 386 lehte
...earth, or in the air, and probably in all natural waters, even the deepest and most purified. As a part of the atmosphere it touches all substances, and can be found on many; it is in reality universally oil the surface of the earth in the presence of men and animals, perhaps attached more or less to all...
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The Sanitarian, 50. köide

1903
...are purely chemical and exert what we may call idiolytic action. "As a part of the atmosphere ammonia touches all substances, and can be found on many ;...with equal certainty, the habitations of all animals. "This ammonia on the surface is partly the result of decomposition continually taking place, of organic...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which ..., 38. köide

1878
...earth or in the air, and probably in all natural wateis, even the deepest and most purified. As a part of the atmosphere it touches all substances and can...and animals, perhaps attached more or less to all objecls, but especially to all found within human habitations, and we might also add, with equal certainty,...
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Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences

1879
...reality universally on the -urf;ioe of the earth, in the presence of men aud animals, ¡•-'rfaps attached more or less to all objects, but especially...to all found within human habitations, and we might abo add, with equal certainty, the habitations of all imimaU. If you pick up a stone in a city, and...
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