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“…These mixtures were long thought to be true compounds because: (1) when washed with alcohol the products were finely granular although they showed no true crystals under the microscope; (2) the determination of their composition was based solely on the beryllium oxide content which we now know varies with temperature, concentration of acid, and amount of beryllium hydroxide or carbonate used; (3) the methods generally used for determining their molecular weights were inaccurate, because beryllium hydroxide dissolves in solutions of its normal salts, causing the freezing points to be abnormal (5).…”
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“…These mixtures were long thought to be true compounds because: (1) when washed with alcohol the products were finely granular although they showed no true crystals under the microscope; (2) the determination of their composition was based solely on the beryllium oxide content which we now know varies with temperature, concentration of acid, and amount of beryllium hydroxide or carbonate used; (3) the methods generally used for determining their molecular weights were inaccurate, because beryllium hydroxide dissolves in solutions of its normal salts, causing the freezing points to be abnormal (5).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning