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Lemery, another supporter of the corpuscular theory of chemistry, had similar views and considered that acid-base reactions were the result of the penetration of sharp acid particles into porous bases (Walden, 1929; Finston & Rychtman, 1982). However, the first widely accepted theory was that of Lavoisier who in 1777 pronounced that oxygen was the universal acidifying principle (Crosland, 1973; Walden, 1929; Day & Selbin, 1969; Finston & Rychtman, 1982). An acid was defined as a compound of oxygen with a non-metal.
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It is not appropriate in this chapter to give a detailed review of the solidstate behaviour of water in its various crystalline modifications. However, there are some general structures which are relevant and worth highlighting. Firstly, water molecules in these various solids have dimensions and bond angles which do not differ much from those of an isolated water molecule. Secondly, the number of nearest neighbours to which each individual molecule is hydrogen-bonded remains four, regardless of the ice polymorph.
An Instrument for the Photometering of the New X-Ray Lines by Duane W.