Basil Valentine Quote

But antimony, like mercury, can best be compared to a round circle without end... and the more one investigates it, by suitable means, the more one discovers in it and learns from it; it cannot be mastered, in short, by one person alone because of the shortness of human life.


In: Mary Elvira Weeks, The Discovery of the Elements (p. 95)

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But antimony, like mercury, can best be compared to a round circle without end... and the more one investigates it, by suitable means, the more one...

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But antimony, like mercury, can best be compared to a round circle without end... and the more one investigates it, by suitable means, the more one...

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But antimony, like mercury, can best be compared to a round circle without end... and the more one investigates it, by suitable means, the more one...

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But antimony, like mercury, can best be compared to a round circle without end... and the more one investigates it, by suitable means, the more one...