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" Ammonia must ever be one of the most interesting of chemical compounds. It comes from all living organisms, and is equally necessary to build them up. To do this, it must be wherever plants or animals grow or decay. As it is volatile, some of it is launched... "
The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ... - Page 44
1878
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Proceedings of the Literary and Philosophical Society of ..., 16–19. köide

Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester - 1877
...must ever be one of the most interesting of chemical compounds. It conies from all living organisms, and is equally necessary to build them up. To do this...and in the air it is always found. As it is soluble jn water it is found wherever we find water on the surface of the earth or in the air, and probably...
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, 19. köide

1878
...must ever be one of the most interesting of chemical compounds. ¡ It comes from all living organisms, and is equally necessary to build them up. . To do...the earth or in the air, and probably in all natural waters, even the deepest and most purified. As л part of the atmosphere it touches all substances,...
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Memoirs and Proceedings - Manchester Literary and Philosophical ..., 26. köide

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1879
...must ever be one of the most interesting of chemical compounds. It comes from all living organisms, and is equally necessary to build them up. To do this,...the 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...
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Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester

1879
...must ever be one of the most interesting of chemical compounds. It comes from all living organisms, and is equally necessary to build them up. To do this,...the earth or in the air, and probably in all natural watery, even the deepest and most purified. As a part of the atmosphere, it touches all substances...
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Transactions, 5. köide

Sanitary Institute of Great Britain - 1884
...must ever be one of the most interesting of chemical compounds. It comes from all living organisms, and is equally necessary to build them up. To do this,...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...
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the sanitary record

ernest hart - 1884
...must ever be one of the most interesting of chemical compounds. It comes from all living organisms, and is equally necessary to build them up. To do this,...water on the surface of the earth, or in the air, and'probably in all natural waters, even the deepest and most purified. As a part of the atmosphere,...
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Health in the dwelling

1884
...comes from all living organisms, and is equally necessary to build them up. It is therefore present wherever plants or animals grow or decay. As it is...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,...
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The Health exhibition literature, 1. köide

1884
...comes from all living organisms, and is equally necessary to build them up. It is therefore present wherever plants or animals grow or decay. As it is...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,...
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Climatology and Mineral Waters of the United States, 4. köide

Agrippa Nelson Bell - 1885 - 386 lehte
...must ever be one of the most interesting of chemical compounds. It comes from all living organisms, and is equally necessary to build them up. To do this,...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,...
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the sanitary journal

james christie - 1885
...must ever be one of the most interesting of chemical compounds. It comes from all living organisms, and is equally necessary to build them up. To do this,...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,...
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