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" Any liquid possessing an acidity greater than that which is produced by adding 2 parts by weight of real muriatic acid to 1000 parts by weight of distilled water. "
A practical treatise on hydraulic and water-supply engineering: relating to ... - Page 138
by John Thomas Fanning - 1887 - 629 pages
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, William Ripley Nichols, John Trowbridge, George Bliss, Charles Robert Cross, Samuel Kneeland - Industrial arts - 1871
...weight of real muriatic acid to 1000 parts by weight of distilled water. " (f.) Any liquid possessing an alkalinity greater than that produced by adding 1 part by weight of dry caustic soda to 1,000 parts by weight of distilled water." UTILIZATION OF SEWAGE. THE PHOSPHATE...
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ANNUAL OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY OR YEAR-BOOK OF FACTS IN SCIENCE AND ART FOR ...

JOHN TROWBRIDGE, S.B. - 1871
...weight of real muriatic acid to 1000 parts by weight of distilled water. " (i.) Any liquid possessing an alkalinity greater than that produced by adding 1 part by weight of dry caustic soda to 1,000 parts by weight of distilled water." UTILIZATION OF SEWAGE. THE PHOSPHATE...
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Report of the Army Medical Department, Great Britain, Volume 11

1871
...weight, of real muriatic acid to 1,000 parts, by weight, of distilled water. (ti Any liquid possessing an alkalinity greater than that produced by adding 1 part, by weight, of dry caustic soda to 1,000 parts, by weight, of distilled water. It is difficult at present, until more...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, William Ripley Nichols, John Trowbridge, George Bliss, Charles Robert Cross, Samuel Kneeland - Industrial arts - 1871
...weight of real muriatic acid to 1000 parts by weight of distilled water. " (i.) Any liquid possessing an alkalinity greater than that produced by adding 1 part by weight of dry caustic soda to 1,000 parts by weight of distilled water." UTILIZATION OP SEWAGE. THE PHOSPHATE...
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A Handbook of Sewage Utilization

Ulick Ralph Burke - Sewage disposal - 1872 - 60 pages
...the condition either of sulphuretted hydrogen or of a soluble sulphuret. (i) Any liquid possessing an alkalinity greater than that produced by adding 1 part by weight of dry caustic soda to 1000 parts by weight of distilled water [1 RPC, p. 130]. It has frequently been...
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Manual for Medical Officers of Health

Edward Smith - Public health - 1873 - 346 pages
...produced by adding 2 parts by weight of real muriatic acid to 1000 parts of distilled water. 9. Possessing an alkalinity greater than that produced by adding 1 part by weight of dry caustic soda to 1000 parts by weight of distilled water. (No. 13.) POUNDS IN 10,000 GALLONS OR...
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A dictionary of hygiene and public health

Alexander Wynter Blyth - 1876
...weight of real muriatic acid to 1000 parts by weight of distilled water. (i.) Any liquid possessing an alkalinity greater than that produced by adding 1 part by weight of dry caustic soda to 1000 parts by weight of distilled water. (j.) Any liquid exhibiting a film of petroleam...
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Handbook of rural sanitary science, by C.F. Gardner [and others] ed. by L. Marsh

Handbook, Christian F. Gardner - 1876
...by adding 2 parts by weight of real muriatic acid to 1,000 parts of distilled water. 9. Possessing an alkalinity greater than that produced by adding 1 part by weight of dry caustic soda to 1,000 parts by weight of distilled water. ' In the examination of water we avail...
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A Dictionary of Hygiène and Public Health: Comprising Sanitary Chemistry ...

Alexander Wynter Blyth, Ambroise Tardieu - Great Britain - 1876 - 672 pages
...weight of real muriatic acid to 1000 parts by weight of distilled water. (i.) Any liquid possessing an alkalinity greater than that produced by adding 1 part by weight r>f dry caustic soda to 1000 parts by weight of distilled water. • fj.) Any liquid exhibiting a film...
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A Practical Treatise on Water-supply Engineering: Relating to the Hydrology ...

Hydraulic engineering - 1877 - 619 pages
...that produced by adding 2 parts by weight of hydrochloric acid to 1,000 parts of distilled water. (i.) Every liquid having an alkalinity greater than that...petroleum or hydrocarbon, or containing in suspension in 100,000 parts, more than 0.5 of such oils. CHAPTER IX. WELL, SPRING, LAKE, AND RIVER SUPPLIES. It...
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