These are called dimorphous (two-formed) bodies, and they are found both among simple and compound substances. ... This view is confirmed by the fact, that Mitscherlich and Berthier were able to make augite artifisully. but could never succeed in ... addition, suba traction, multiplication, and division ; but the two last , as we shall aflerwards see, are only convenient ... 2+o=a+5=s 5+o=o+s=7+7=u 3+7=4+c=10 o+o=7+s=15 s+e=7+4=11 7+o=s+s=rc 3+9=4+s=12 9+s=17 o+9=rs a#39; 8.
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