The atomic weights of the elements are given in the Appendix.
Multiply by 32 to make the comparison with the unit for atomic weights.
Deduction of atomic weights from molecular weights and equivalents.
What could this be but a reminder of the atomic weights of lead and silicum ?
Page 276 in the fourth group turned out to be a table of atomic weights.
Monivalent elements are those which replace one atom of hydrogen in chemical combinations in the ratios of their atomic weights.
This fact finds a parallel in the atomic weights of these metals.
Which of these ratios gives the true ratio of the atomic weights?
Further, it may be linked with another ring, and so give the basis to the combining properties of atomic weights.
Also that atomic weights are close integers, when hydrogen is one point zero zero eight.