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Literary usage of Endosmos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Medico-chirurgical Review by James Johnson, Henry James Johnson (1829)
"the sulphuretted hydrogen which it contains, that feculent matter owes its endosmos- miu incapacity, and it is, ..."
2. Elementary treatise on physics, experimental and applied by [Adolphe] Ganot (1868)
"... a that which, for the same densi the greatest power of endosmos« albumen has the highest powe animal substances. In general, ^^^^^ be said that ..."
3. On diseases of the skin by Erasmus Wilson (1852)
"The process of absorption in the skin is effected by an active endosmos'is, which is more and more controlled by vital influence, as it reaches the strata ..."
4. Manual of Chemistry: A Guide to Lectures and Laboratory-work for Beginners by William Simon (1884)
"... place also when two liquids are separated by some porous diaphragm, such as bladder or parchment paper, and it is then called endosmos/'s or dialysis. ..."
5. The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London by Microscopical Society of London (1864)
"... that soluble colouring matters failed to fulfil them, owing to the action of endosmos, causing them merely to dye the tissue sought to be injected. ..."
6. Electric Light, Its Production and Use: Embodying Plain Directions for the by John W Urquhart (1880)
"This mixing action is often called endosmos, although it is also applied to the peculiar creeping of solutions of metallic salts, such as the copper ..."