Franklin's study of marsh gas and effect of oil on water, 390.
But it was only the marsh gas escaping with a sound like a low chuckle.
The reducing agent is alcohol saturated with marsh gas; this is diluted with its own volume of water.
Aluminum carbide yields alumina and methane (marsh gas), another hydro-carbon, the chief constituent of natural gas.
For bodies consisting of marsh gas, they hold together wonderfully.
These escape into the air and the spontaneous combustion of the phosphine ignites the marsh gas.
In summer time, a succession of bubbles—doubtless caused by marsh gas—keep constantly appearing on the surface.
marsh gas and other inflammable gases commonly rise from such places, and are often ignited by man, or by lightning, etc.
When chlorine is made to act on marsh gas, or when chloral is treated with an alkali, chloroform is also produced.
In rock gas, marsh gas itself is actually found in the proportion of about 93 per cent.
marsh gas n.