Elements of Chemistry, by Antoine Lavoisier

No. X.

Table of the English Cubical Inches and Decimals corresponding to a determinate Troy Weight of Distilled Water at the Temperature of 55°, calculated from Everard's experiment.

For Grains.
Grs. Cubical inches.
1 = .0039
2 .0078
3 .0118
4 .0157
5 .0197
6 .0236
7 .0275
8 .0315
9 .0354
10 .0394
20 .0788
30 .1182
40 .1577
50 .1971
For Drams.
Drams. Cubical inches.
1 = .2365
2 .4731
3 .7094
4 .9463
5 1.1829
6 1.4195
7 1.6561
For Ounces.
Oz. Cubical inches.
1 = 1.8927
2 3.7855
3 5.6782
4 7.5710
5 9.4631
6 11.3565
7 13.2493
8 15.1420
9 17.0748
10 18.9276
11 20.8204
For Pounds.
Libs. Cubical inches.
1 = 22.7131
2 45.4263
3 68.1394
4 90.8525
5 113.5657
6 136.2788
7 158.9919
8 181.7051
9 204.4183
10 227.1314
50 1135.6574
100 2271.3148
1000 22713.1488

The Plates

Plate II

Plate II (continued)

Plate III

Plate III (continued)

Plate IV

Plate IV (continued)

Plate V

Plate V (continued)

Plate VI

Plate VI (continued)

Plate VII

Plate VII (continued)

Plate VIII

Plate IX

Plate IX (continued)

Plate X

Plate XI

Plate XII

Plate XII (continued)

Plate XII (continued)

Plate XII (continued)

Plate XII (continued)

Plate XIII

Plate XIII (continued)

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