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" Friedel b indicates a means for determining the true weight of water lost by minerals behaving like the zeolites, even without collecting the water lost, namely, by driving out of the dehydrated and weighed mineral, under proper precautions, any air it... "
The Areas of the United States, the States, and the Territories - Page 52
by Henry Gannett - 1906 - 9 pages
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which ..., Volume 78

Sir William Crookes - Chemistry - 1898
...mineral composition of the rock as revealed by the unaided eye or the microscope. Friedel (loc, cit.) indicates a means for determining the true weight...the apparent loss, gives the true contents in water. Argument in favour of including Hygroscopic Wattr I'M Summation. The question has been asked :...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which ..., Volume 83

Sir William Crookes - Chemistry - 1901
...mineral composition of the rock as revealed by the unaided eye or the microscope. Friedel (lac. cit.) indicates a means for determining the true weight...cooling, and collecting and measuring this air, and thus rinding its weight, which, added to the apparent loss, gives the true contents in water. Argument in...
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Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey, Issues 142-148

Geology - 1896
...mineral composition of the rock as revealed by the unaided eye or the microscope. Friedel (loc. cit.) indicates a means for determining the true weight...the apparent loss, gives the true contents in water. Argument in favor of including hygroscopic water in summation. The question has been asked: "If...
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Analyses of Rocks, with a Chapter on Analytical Methods ..., Volume 8, Issue 148

Frank Wigglesworth Clarke, William Francis Hillebrand - Rocks - 1897 - 306 pages
...mineral composition of the rock as revealed by the unaided eye or the microscope. Friedel (loc. cit.) indicates a means for determining the true weight...the apparent loss, gives the true contents in water. Argument in favor of including hygroscopic water in summation. The question has been asked : "...
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Survey of the Northwestern Boundary of the United ..., Volume 8, Issue 174

Marcus Baker - Northwest boundary of the United States - 1900 - 78 pages
...mineral composition of the rock as revealed by the unaided eye or the microscope. Friedel (loc. cit.) indicates a means for determining the true weight...the apparent loss, gives the true contents in water. Argument in favor of including hygroscopic water in summation. The question has been asked: "If the...
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Bulletin, Issues 303-308

Geology - 1907
...guided by the mineral composition of the rock as revealed by the unaided eye or the microscope. Friedel6 indicates a means for determining the true weight...the apparent loss, gives the true contents in water. "Bull. Soo. Mill., vol. 19, 1896, pp. 14, 94; Comptes rendus, vol. 122, 1896, p. 1006. !> Loc. oit....
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The analysis of silicate ad carbonate rocks

William Francis Hillebrand - Rocks - 1907 - 200 pages
...moisture, as was at the time supposed. At any rate, as Friedel says, the danger of accepting a loss in weight as an index of the amount of water lost...apparent loss, gives the true contents in water. a Bull. Soc. Min., vol. 19, 1896, pp. 14, 94; Comptes rendus, vol. 122, 1896, p. 1006. 6 Loc. cit. I have shown...
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Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issue 305; Issue 422

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1910
...moisture, as was at the time supposed. At any rate, as Friedel says, the danger of accepting a loss in weight as an index of the amount of water lost...apparent loss, gives the true contents in water. a Bull. Soc. Min., vol. 19, 1896, pp. 14, 94; Comptcs rendus, vol. 122, 1896, p. 1006. & Loc. oit. I have shown0...
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Results of Spirit Leveling in Illinois, 1896-1908, Inclusive

Altitudes - 1910 - 74 pages
...by the mineral composition of the rock as revealed by the unaided eye or the microscope. Friedel indicates a means for determining the true weight...the apparent loss, gives the true contents in water. But aside from the above reasons for avoiding the use of indirect, methods of water determination,...
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The Analysis of Silicate and Carbonate Rocks: A Revision of Bulletin 305

William Francis Hillebrand - Carbonate rocks - 1910 - 239 pages
...by the mineral composition of the rock as revealed by the unaided eye or the microscope. Friedel indicates a means for determining the true weight...the apparent loss, gives the true contents in water. But aside from the above reasons for avoiding the use of indirect methods of water determination, there...
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