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" ... acid has the same effect with precipitation of iodine : it reduces gold from its chloride without disengagement of carbonic acid; but it does not reduce mercury from its nitrate or sulphate, as formic acid does. The simplest reagent for purifying... "
Handbook of Organic Chemistry: For the Use of Students - Page 188
by William Gregory - 1857 - 480 pages
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Outlines of chemistry

William Gregory - History - 1847 - 661 pages
...beat, transforms it into acetate andoxalateof potash, Cs H< O,s, 2 HO = C, Hs O,, HO + 2 (C, O3 HO). By peroxide of manganese and sulphuric acid it is...tartaric and formic acids : for if formic acid be FoO3 (Fo = Cs H), tartaric acid is 2 (Fo, Os). Tartaric acid precipitates lime-water white, but an...
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Pharmaceutical Journal: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied ..., Volume 7

Pharmacy - 1848
...acetate of ammonia is not liable to change in close vessels. When acetic acid is distilled along with peroxide of manganese and sulphuric acid, it is converted into formic acid. lodic acid has the same effect with precipitation of iodine : it reduces gold from its chloride without...
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Outlines of chemistry for the use of students

William Gregory - 1851 - 614 pages
...aided by heat, transforms it iuto acetate and oxalate of potash, C H4 Oe, 2 HO = Ci Ha Os, H 0 + 2 (Ca Oa H 0). By peroxide of manganese and sulphuric...formic acid be Fo Oa (Fo= Ca H), tartaric acid is 2(Foa Os). Tartaric acid precipitates lime-water white, but an excess dissolves the precipitate. In...
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A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines: Containing a Clear ..., Volume 1

Andrew Ure - Industrial arts - 1856
...acetate of ammonia is not liable to change in close vessels. When acetic acid is distilled along with peroxide of manganese and sulphuric acid, it is converted into formic acid, lodje acid has the same effect with precipitation of iodine: it reduces gold from its chloride without...
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A dictionary of chemistry and the allied branches of other sciences, Volume 1

Henry Watts - Chemistry - 1863
...anemonin. Hydrochloric acid dissolves it without sensible alteration. By oxidising agents, such as peroxide of manganese and sulphuric acid, it is converted into formic acid. Chlorine attacks it readily when heated, forming hydrochloric acid and an oily volatile body. Anemonic...
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A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINES

ANDREW URE - 1870
...acetate of ammonia is not liable to change in close vessels. When acetic acid is distilled along with peroxide of manganese and sulphuric acid, it is converted into formic acid, lodic acid has the same effect with precipitation of iodine: it reduces gold from its chloride without...
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A Dictionary of chemistry and the allied branches of other sciences, Volume 1

Henry Watts - 1883
...anemonin. Hydrochloric acid dissolves it without sensible alteration. By oxidising agents, such as peroxide of manganese and sulphuric acid, it is converted into formic acid. Chlorine attacks it readily when heated, forming hydrochloric acid and an oily volatile body. Anemonic...
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Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied ..., Volume 7

Pharmacy - 1848
...acetate of ammonia is not liable to change in close vessels. When acetic acid is distilled along with peroxide of manganese and sulphuric acid, it is converted into formic acid. Jodie acid has the same effect with precipitation of iodine: it reduces gold from its chloride without...
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