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Usage examples for uncombined

  1. But whenever the intermitting Fever is simple and uncombined it ever has, and ever will render the Patient all possible Service. – Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health by Samuel Auguste David Tissot
  2. Air tends to penetrate the whole body of the flame, but only N can pass through uncombined for the O that is left after combustion in the outer portion seizes upon the compounds of C and H in the next, or yellow, part. – An Introduction to Chemical Science by R.P. Williams
  3. Put the contents into an evaporating- dish, and look for any uncombined iron or sulphur. – An Introduction to Chemical Science by R.P. Williams
  4. The leaves now commence the process of absorption, and imbibe both uncombined gases and an unascertained but probably inconsiderable quantity of aqueous vapor from the humid atmosphere of spring which bathes them. – The Earth as Modified by Human Action by George P. Marsh
  5. If we remember that hydrogen and oxygen in their uncombined states oppose, the one an insuperable and the other an almost insuperable, resistance to liquefaction, while when combined the compound assumes the liquid state with facility, we may suspect that in like manner the simpler types of matter out of which the elements were formed, could not have been reduced even to such degrees of density as the known gases show us, without what we may call proto- chemical unions: the implication being that after the heat resulting from each of such proto- chemical unions had escaped, mutual gravitation of the parts was able to produce further condensation of the nebulous mass. – Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I by Herbert Spencer
  6. Now, carbonate of lime is soluble in water containing free or uncombined carbon dioxid, but is precipitated whenever the latter is withdrawn. – Special Report on Diseases of Cattle by U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler
  7. It may be true that the character of these more intimate combinations is determined by the properties of their constituents, but it is by the properties which they reveal when in combination, not by those which are manifest in them when uncombined – Evolution by Frank B. Jevons
  8. This is sustained by the fact that the crenic, apocrenic and humic acids, though often partly uncombined are never wholly so, but usually occur united in part to various bases, viz. – Peat and its Uses as Fertilizer and Fuel by Samuel William Johnson
  9. This will not be so much to be wondered at, when we consider that the proportion of vital air in fixed air is as twenty- seven to nine, and in atmospheric air, the proportion of azotic gas or phlogisticated air, to vital air, is as seventy- three to twenty- seven; therefore, the former contains three fourths of vital air, and the latter little better than one fourth; but the fixed air is in a combined, and the phlogisticated air in an uncombined state. – The American Practical Brewer and Tanner by Joseph Coppinger
  10. It occurs uncombined in coal- mines, and some other places, but the readiness with which it unites with other elements, particularly O, prevents its accumulation in large quantities. – An Introduction to Chemical Science by R.P. Williams
  11. 2. Every medicinal substance must be administered in a state of the most perfect purity, and uncombined with any other. – The Complete PG Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (The Physician and Poet not the Jurist)
  12. They are, however, very important commencements, and are small beginnings of a reform in some of the most important arrangements of the present social order; particularly its system of isolated households or separate families, its conflicts of interest, and its uncombined and incoherent system of labor. – History of American Socialisms by John Humphrey Noyes