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" ... and lime (CaO), with the percentage of each given separately. The sum of these two percentages would, however, be equal to the amount of lime carbonate present. While the ultimate analysis, therefore, fails to indicate definitely what compounds are... "
The clays of Wisconsin and their uses - Page 11
by Heinrich Ries, F. L. Gallup - 1906 - 259 pages
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Final Report

New Jersey Geological Survey - Geological surveys - 1904
...present, is not expressed as such, but instead it is considered as broken up into carbon dioxide (CO2) and lime (CaO), with the percentage of each given...clay might be expressed as follows : Silica (SiO,) Alumina (AUO.) Ferric oxide, (Fe3Ot) Lime, (CaO) Fluxing impurities, -< Magnesia (MgO) ..... ( Potash,...
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Final Report

New Jersey Geological Survey - Geological surveys - 1904
...present, is not expressed as * such, but instead it is considered as broken up into carbon dioxide (CO2) and lime (CaO), with the percentage of each given...clay might be expressed as follows : Silica, (SiO,) Alumina, (Ahd) Ferric oxide (Fe2Oj) Lime, (CaO) Magnesia, (MgO) ... . (Potash (KO) Alkalies jsoda (Na,0)...
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Bulletin, Issues 1-3

Virginia Division of Mineral Resources - Mines and mineral resources - 1905
...present, is not expressed as such, but, instead, is considered as broken up into carbon dioxide (CO,) and lime (CaO), with the percentage of each given...facts to be gained from it. The ultimate analysis of the clay might be expressed as follows: f Silica (SiO,) Alumina (A1}OS) Ferric oxide (Fe,O,) Ferrous...
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Bulletin

Clay - 1906 - 259 pages
...present, is not expressed as such, but instead it is considered as broken up into carbon dioxide (CO,) and lime (CaO), with the percentage of each given...clay might be expressed as follows: Silica (SiO,) Alumina (Al,O,) Ferric oxide (FesO3) Lime (CaO) Magnesia (MgO) Fluxing impurities.. .{ AII...I: ( Potash...
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Bulletin

Clay - 1906 - 259 pages
...present, is not expressed as such, but instead it is considered as broken up into carbon dioxide (CO.J and lime (CaO), with the percentage of each given...clay might be expressed as follows: Silica (SiO.) Alumina (AI . O 3 ) Ferric oxide (Fe,O 3 ) Lime (CaOl Magnesia (MgO) Fluxing impurities.. •! »ii,_,...
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Clays: Their Occurrence, Properties, and Uses, with Especial Reference to ...

Heinrich Ries - Clay - 1906 - 490 pages
...present, is not expressed as such, but instead it is considered as broken up into carbon dioxide (C02) and lime (CaO), with the percentage of each given...analysis of a clay might be expressed as follows: Silica .......... (Si02) Fluxing impurities. Alkalies., Alumina (Al203) Ferric oxide .... (Fe203) Lime (CaO)...
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Bulletin

Clay - 1906 - 259 pages
...present, is not expressed as such, but instead it is considered as broken up into carbon dioxide (CO2) and lime (CaO), with the percentage of each given...analysis of a clay might be expressed as follows: Silica ................ (SiO2) Alumina ............. (A1.O3) Ferric oxide ......... (Fe2O3) Lime ...................
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Clays, their occurrence, properties, and uses: with especial reference to ...

Heinrich Reis - Clay - 1908 - 554 pages
...present, is not expressed as such, but instead it is considered as broken up into carbon dioxide (C02) and lime (CaO), with the percentage of each given...analysis of a clay might be expressed as follows: Silica (Si02) Alumina (A1203) Ferric oxide. . . . (Fe203) Ferrous oxide . . (FeO) Fluxing impurities. . •...
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Kentucky Geological Survey

Science - 1913
...present, is not expressed as such, but instead it is considered as broken up into carbon dioxide (CaO,) and lime (CaO), with the percentage of each given...be equal to the amount of lime carbonate present. "Altogether too much weight is attached to the chemical analysis by those unfamiliar with the properties...
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Reports, Volume 1, Part 2

Geology - 1913
...present, is not expressed as such, but instead it is considered as broken up into carbon dioxide (Ca02) and lime (CaO), with the percentage of each given separately. The sum of these two percent•Memoir No. 24-E, Canada Department of Mines, Geological Survey Branch, 1912. ages would,...
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