The object of the experiments described in this paper was to determine whether the reduction of sulphuric to sulphurous acid by copper takes place at a lower or at a higher temperature than the incipient dissociation of the former compound into water and the acid anhydride.
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Andrews, Launcelot W.
"The Reduction of Sulphuric Acid by Copper as a Function of the Temperature,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 3(1), 37-40.
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