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08/08/2015 The Project Gutenberg eBook of Elements of Chemistry, by Mr Lavoisier. 74/229 There is yet a third degree of oxygenation of acids, as the oxygenated muriatic and oxygenated nitric acids. The terms applicable to the neutral salts resulting from the union of these acids with salifiable bases is supplied by the Author in the Second Part of this Work. These are formed by prefixing the word oxygenated to the name of the salt produced by the second degree of oxygenation. Thus, oxygenated muriat of potash, oxygenated nitrat of soda, &c. —E. PART II. Of the Combination of Acids with Salifiable Bases, and of the Formation of Neutral Salts. INTRODUCTION. If I had strictly followed the plan I at first laid down for the conduct of this work, I would have confined myself, in the Tables and accompanying observations which compose this Second Part, to short definitions of the several known acids, and abridged accounts of the
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