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Title: A catechism on the combustion of coal and the prevention of smoke; a practical treatise
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Barr, William M. (William Miller)
Subjects: Smoke prevention Combustion Coal
Publisher: New York, N. W. Henley & Company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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having aper-tures for the insertion of tubesand thermometers. The com-bustions are performed in thevessel C, into which oxygen isintroduced through the tubec dy and the gaseous productsof the combustion escape bythe tube, e f g h, the lowerpart of which is bent in nu-merous coils, to facilitate asmuch as possible the trans-mission of the heat of thesegases to the water in the cal-orimeter. The extremity, k>of this tube is connected with a gasometer or with an absorbing apparatus. To insureuniformity of temperature in the water, a flat ring of metal,i z, is moved up and down by means of the rod Ki. Com-bustible gases were introduced into the vessel C, by meansof fine tubes, the gas being previously set on fire at theaperture. Solid bodies were attached to fine platinumwires suspended from the lid of the calorimeter. The liq-uids were burned in small capsules or in lamps withasbestos wicks. Charcoal was disposed in a layer on asieve-formed bottom, through the openings of which the10

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Fig. 11. 146 COMBUSTION OF COAL. oxygen had access to it. The heat evolved was measuredby the rise of temperature of the known quantity of waterin the calorimeter. Table 15.—Quantities of Heat Evolved by the Combustion ofOne Pound of Combustible with Oxygen. (Favre and Silberman). Substances. Gases : Hydrogen Carbonic oxide Marsh gas Olefiant gas Liquids : Oil of turpentine, Alcohol Spermaceti (solid) Sulphate of carbon……… Solids : Carbon (wood charcoal) Gas coke Graphite from blast furnaces Native graphite Sulphur (native) Phosphorus (by Andrews). . . Formula. H …CO…CH4.C2 H4 C10 Hi6 . .. C2H60… C32 H64 O2. CS2. Product. H20 co2 C02 and H:C02andH< C02 and H2 OC02 and H2 OC02and H2 OC02 and S02 CO. co2 so2..P205. Britishthermal units. 62,032 4,325 23,513 21,343 19,533 12,931 18,616 6,122 4,45i14,54414,48513,97214,035 4,04810,715 Q. What are the relations between quantity of heatand temperature developed in combustion ? The actual amount of heat given out during the co

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