A Manual of Metallurgy: Or Practical Treatise on the Chemistry of the Metals

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R. Griffin, 1926 - Metallurgy - 619 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF METALS
15
Hydrogen and the Oxides
22
SuLpHUR AND TUB Metals
25
CRYSTALLOGRAPHY
49
Tangential Modifications
56
Fourth Crystalline SystemThe Khomhohedral 6
65
Dimorphism and Polymorphism
71
TTN
391
Blowing machine for furnaces 233
402
ZINC
410
Carbonization of charcoal in heaps 146 Furnace English for the preparation
420
Coking in mounds 162 Furnace Silesian for zinc
427
BISMUTH
429
ANTIMONY
435
Estimation of AntimonySeparation from other Metals 487
441

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80
Odour
86
MINING
103
FUEL
122
Preparation of Artificial Fuels
140
Coke
159
Comparative Vai de of Fuels
171
Of the various Methods for ascertaining the relative Value
182
IRON
192
Ores of Iron
199
Assay of Iron Orbs
212
Heating Blast by Waste Heat from TunnelHead
257
Manufacture of Wrought Iron
275
English Method of Refining
281
MANUFACTURE OF STEEL
303
Adit level in mines 104 Furnace roasting for copper
352
Assaying apparatus for silver in the
370
COBALT
382
Crucible lined with brasque 218 Furnace for the treatment of the sul
445
ARSENIC
447
Assay of the Ores of Mercory
456
Crashing rollers 109 Furnace aludelle of Almaden
460
LEAD
464
Assay of Lead Ores
471
Cupel mould 491 Furnace for cupellation of lead
484
Metallurgy of LeahEnglish Process of LeadSmelting
491
Dodecahedron twoJiyurts 57 Furnace for the smelting of lead
492
Furnace coking at Rive de Gier 169
504
Furnace blast for iron smelting 228 Furnace for leadsmelting at Clausthal
516
Lead Manufacture
527
European Process of Amalgamation
548
Mexican Method of Amalgamation
556
GOLD
563
Estimation of Gold
583
Refintno the Precious MetalsParting on the Large Scale
589

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