An Inaugural Dissertation on Respiration by Thomas Cock

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Thomas Cock
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Excerpt from An Inaugural Dissertation on Respiration

When we take a retrospective view of the advancements that have been made in physiological inquiries, we are fully impressed with the advantages that have resulted from a correct chemical examination of the materials operating upon the animal body, together with a more accurate investigation of its productions. Among the agents acting upon the body, and entering into it as an useful part, the air of the atmosphere demands the greatest attention; and in this chemical inquiry has been productive of extensive importance.

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