Elements of Chemistry, by Antoine Lavoisier

No. II.

Table for Converting the Observed Heighths of Water in the Jars of the Pneumato-Chemical Apparatus, expressed in Inches and Decimals, into Corresponding Heighths of Mercury.
Water. Mercury. Water. Mercury.
.1 .00737 4. .29480
.2 .01474 5. .36851
.3 .02201 6. .44221
.4 .02948 7. .51591
.5 .03685 8. .58961
.6 .04422 9. .66332
.7 .05159 10. .73702
.8 .05896 11. .81072
.9 .06633 12. .88442
1. .07370 13. .96812
2. .14740 14. 1.04182
3. .22010 15. 1.11525

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