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" Cd(CNS)2-Hg(CNS)2 in brilliant colorless, probably orthorhombic prisms, usually several times as long as broad but the appearance of these prisms varies with the conditions which obtain at the time of their formation, as, for example, the concentration,... "
Elementary Chemical Microscopy - Page 309
by Emile Monnin Chamot - 1915 - 410 pages
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Journal of Applied Microscopy, Volume 4

Microscope and microscopy - 1901
...Zinc, Method I, avoiding an excess of the reagent. Long, highly refractive prisms separate. (Fig. 71.) The appearance of these prisms varies with the conditions...prisms, either singly or in groups, being the rule. Remarks. The remarks made under zinc are applicable to cadmium in every case. The double Sulphocyanate...
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Journal of Applied Microscopy and Laboratory Methods, Volume 4

Microscopes - 1901
...these prisms varies with x 7 \"\ XX the conditions which obtain at the time of their Ar /!7~) \ \ fl \X formation, as, for example, the concentration, depth...prisms, either singly or in groups, being the rule. Remarks. The remarks made under zinc are applicable to cadmium in every case. The double Sulphocyanate...
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Elementary Chemical Microscopy

Emile Monnin Chamot - 1921
...much cobalt cannot be detected by this reagent. Inorganic salts of cadmium yields Cd(CNS)2-Hg(CNS)2 in brilliant colorless, probably orthorhombic prisms,...prisms, either singly or in groups being the rule. Even a small amount of cadmium destroys the feathery and branched character of the skeletons of the...
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