FOODS (Google eBook)

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Contents

Acidity Ammonia and Albumenised Ammonia in Water
273
Elements in Thames Water
275
Mineral matters in Water
276
109110 277 HI
278
Hardness of Water Soap test
282
Organic matter in Water
285
286 115 Nitrogen and Nitric acid in Ammonias
293
Chlorine in Water
298
299 119 Various substances in Water
300
301 121 Drawing of Charcoal Filter in a cistern
309
Mineral Waters 310311
310
Milk Cream Buttermilk and Whey XXXV Tea Coffee Chicory Cocoa and Chocolate XXXVI Alcohols 269
312
Composition of Cows Milk
313
Diagram showing the effects of the Milk series of Foods on the Respiration E Smith
314
Composition of kinds of Milk
315
Salts in Milk
316
Composition of Milk of Women in the Siege of Paris
317
Composition of Butter Milk
328
Substitutes for China Tea
341
Weight of Tea to bulk
345
Elements in Theine
346
Diagram showing the effect of the Tea series of Foods on the Respiration E Smith
347
Composition of Coffee
359
the Cacao bean
370
Diagram showing the effect of the Alcohol series of Foods on the Respiration E Smith
377
Alcohol in Wines
390
Enanthic Ethers in Wines of the Gironde
392
Proof Spirit in Hungarian Wines
397
Drawing of the Palmyra Palm
405
Saccharine matter in Beer
412
GASEOUS FOODS XXXVII Atmospheric Air
435
Oxygen in Atmospheric Air
446
U4
450
Estimation of Carbonic Acid in Air
451
Organic matter in Atmospheric Air
454
455 150 151 152 456 153 Vapour in a Cubic foot of Air at various temperatures
458
Ventilation
459
Variation of Carbonic Acid with Ventilation Dr Angus Smith
475
Index
477

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