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" The oxide of tin thus obtained never appears perfectly white ; and the sulphuret of tin precipitated by sulphuretted hydrogen does not possess a purely yellow colour, which appears to arise from melting the metallic oxides with hydrate of soda in the... "
Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences - Page 192
1848
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The Chemical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Chemistry, in All ..., Volume 5

William Francis, Henry Croft - Chemistry - 1847
...never appears perfectly white ; and the sulphuret of tin precipitated by sulphuretted hydrogen does not possess a purely yellow colour, which appears...soda does not become turbid by boiling, as stated by Fremy, and the solution may even be evaporated until crystals separate, which entirely dissolve upon...
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The Chemical Gazette, Volume 5

Chemistry - 1847
...never appears perfectly white ; and the sulphuret of tin precipitated by sulphuretted hydrogen does not possess a purely yellow colour, which appears...soda does not become turbid by boiling, as stated by Fremy, and the solution may even be evaporated until crystals separate, which entirely dissolve upon...
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The Pharmaceutical journal ...: A weekly record of pharmacy and ..., Volume 7

Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain - Pharmacy - 1848
...never appears perfectly white ; and the gulphuret of tin precipitated by sulphuretted hydrogen does not possess a purely yellow colour, which appears...soda does not become turbid by boiling, as stated by Fremy, and the solution may even be evaporated until crystals separate, which entirely dissolve upon...
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A Practical Treatise of Chemical Analysis: Quantitative

Heinrich Rose - Chemistry, Analytic - 1849
...silver crucible, traces of oxyde of silver being removed by the alkaline solution. " The results do uot attain the highest degree of accuracy. Although stannate...soda does not become turbid by boiling, as stated by Fremy, and the solution may even be evaporated until crystals separate which entirely dissolve upon...
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A Practical Treatise of Chemical Analysis: Quantitative

Heinrich Rose - Chemistry, Analytic - 1849
...never appears perfectly white ; and the sulphuret of tin precipitated by sulphuretted hydrogen does not possess a purely yellow colour, which appears to arise from melting the metallic oxydes with hydrate of a small matrass, and dissolved iu concentrated muriatic acid ; if it is not...
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A Manual of Chemical Analysis: Qualitative and Quantitative, for the Use of ...

Henry Minchin Noad - 1864 - 663 pages
...precipitated bv sulphuretted hydrogen, does not possess a purely yellow colour, which Kose attributes to melting the metallic oxides with hydrate of soda in...results do not attain the highest degree of accuracy. Stannate of soda containing an excess of hydrate of soda does not become turbid by boiling, as stated...
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A Manual of Chemical Analysis, Qualitative and Quantitative. For the ..., Part 2

Henry Minchin Noad - Science - 1864
...precipitated by sulphuretted hydrogen, does not possess a purely yellow colour, which Rose attributes to melting the metallic oxides with hydrate of soda in...results do not attain the highest degree of accuracy. Stannate of soda containing an excess of hydrate of soda does not become turbid by boiling, as stated...
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A Manual of Chemical Analysis: Qualitative and Quantitative, for the Use of ...

Henry Minchin Noad - Chemistry, Analytic - 1864 - 663 pages
...silver being removed by the alkaline solution. The results do not attain the highest degree of accuracy. Stannate of soda containing an excess of hydrate of...soda does not become turbid by boiling, as stated by Fremy, and the solution may even be evaporated until crystals separate, which, on the addition of water,...
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A Manual of Chemical Analysis: Qualitative and Quantitative, for the Use of ...

Henry Minchin Noad - Chemistry, Analytic - 1864 - 663 pages
...a purely yellow colour, which Hose attributes to melting the metallic oxides with hydrate of soda m the silver crucible, traces of oxide of silver being...removed by the alkaline solution. The results do not attam the highest degree of accuracy. Stannate of soda containing an excess of hydrate of soda does...
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