Origin of thallium
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Historical Examples of thallium
We will now remove the thallium and put a bit of silver in its place.Six Lectures on Light
The simplest curve of this type will be obtained when only one compound is formed, as is the case with mercury and thallium.The Phase Rule and Its Applications
The thallium papers show that the greatest effect is in the daytime, the iodide papers that it is at night.
The iodide curve follows closely that of relative humidity, clouds, and rain; the thallium curve stands in no relation to it.
They are not absolutely insoluble in water, and the sulphide of thallium being brown, would probably be damaged by impure air.Field's Chromatography
Word Origin for thallium
rare metallic element, 1861, Modern Latin, from Greek thallos "young shoot, green branch" (see thallus) + element name ending -ium. So called by its discoverer, Sir William Crookes (1832-1919), from the green line in its spectrum by which he detected it.