Examination of some compounds which depend upon very weak affinities

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Taken from letter from Carlyle to Alexander Carlyle dated 29th March 1819, written at Edinburgh. Pages 171-173 in this edition. See previous entry for an earlier reference to this work. Publication details of the essay are given in editor's notes. Carlyle is checking the proofs of his own translation of Berzelius' essay.

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