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Industrial Report on Lead, Zinc and Iron: Together with Notes on Shannon ... - Page 143
by Missouri. Geological Survey, C. P. Williams - 1877 - 167 pages
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The circle of the mechanical arts

Thomas Martin (civil engineer.) - 1813
...particularly required. The best puddle is made of a light loam, and sharp siliceous particles or sand, in the proportion of two of the former to one of the latter : it is manufactured commonly contiguous to the slope which it is intended to line, but if the...
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Experiments and Observations on the Atomic Theory, and Electrical Phenomena

William Higgins - Atomic theory - 1814 - 180 pages
...some other power interferes. " It must be allowed that nitrous air i:on»ii*U of oxygen and azote, in the proportion of two of the former to one of the lutter. The supposition of its containing phlogiston, will hereafter appear to be ciromipu» : therefore...
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The Quarterly Journal of Science and the Arts, Volume 4

1818
...saline matter, foreign to its nature. These fractional parts consist of sulphate of potash and lead, in the proportion of two of the former to one of the latter. It is, I believe, scarcely possible to manufacture it directly, by the usual methods, of a...
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The Journal of Science and the Arts, Volume 4

Science - 1818
...saline matter, foreign to its nature. These fractional parts consist of sulphate of potash and lead, in the proportion of two of the former to one of the latter. It is, I believe, scarcely possible to manufacture it directly. by the usual methods of a purer...
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The Elements of Medical Chemistry;: Embracing Only Those Branches of ...

John Ayrton Paris - Pharmaceutical chemistry - 1825 - 586 pages
...hydro-cyanic acid is exactly one-eighth of that of the peroxide of mercury, and as this acid combines in the proportion of two of the former to one of the latter, we have, at once, the relation of one to four in the formation of this comppund. Hence it is...
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The Repertory of patent inventions [formerly The Repertory of arts ...

...Or the cloth may be made or partly made of yarn composed of cotton and wool carded and spun together in the proportion of two of the former to one of the latter. These proportions we consider to be the best, but we do not confine ourselves thereto. Or the...
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Anderson's Quarterly Journal of the Medical Sciences

1825
...hydrocyanic acid is exactly one-eighth of that of the peroxide of mercury, and as this acid combines in the proportion of two of the former to one of the latter, we have at once the relation of one to four in the formation of this compound. Hence it is...
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The London encyclopaedia: or, Universal dictionary of science ..., Volume 20

Thomas Curtis - Reference - 1829
...antimony, it forms brittle compounds. It does not unite with nickel. The compound of silver and tungsten, in the proportion of two of the former to one of the latter, was extended under the hammer during a few strokes; but afterwards split in pieces. See IRON....
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The Register of arts, and journal of patent inventions, ed. by L. Herbert

Luke Hebert - 1830
...July, 1829. Mr. Lambert's improvement in the process consists in the introduction of salt and potash, in the proportion of two of the former to one of the latter into the furnaces during the process of smelting, puddling, and refining the iron. The quantity...
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Prize-essays and Transactions of the Highland and ..., Volume 4; Volume 10

Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland - Agriculture - 1835
...substituting a well rooted beech for it, while the larger vacancies were filled with young thorns and beeches, in the proportion of two of the former to one of the latter. The experiment succeeded, and all the decayed thorn hedges on the estate have since been similarly...
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