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A Short Hand-book of Oil Analysis - Page 14
by Augustus Herman Gill - 1919 - 215 pages
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Manufacture of Cement ; Manufacture of Paper ; Manufacture of Sugar ...

Cement industries - 1902
...— the quantity usually contained in lamps — heated in a water bath by a small alcohol lamp a or Bunsen flame. The cup is provided with a glass cover...hole for the insertion of the testing flame, a small wax taper or wood splint. which gives a flame about the size of a pea. The New York State Board of...
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International library of technology: a series of textbooks for ..., Volume 20

International Textbook Company - Agriculture - 1902
...— the quantity usually contained in lamps— heated in a water bath by a small alcohol lamp a or Bunsen flame. The cup is provided with a glass cover...hole for the insertion of the testing flame, a small wax taper or wood splint, which gives a flame about the size of a pea. The New York State Board of...
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Engine-room Chemistry: A Compend for the Engineer and Engineman

Augustus Herman Gill - Fuel - 1907 - 198 pages
...copper oil cup D (Fig. 44), holding about i0 ounces (the quantity usually contained in a lamp) and heated in a waterbath by a small Bunsen flame. The...insertion of the testing flame — a small gas flame i-inch in length. . The regulations of the New York State Board of Health ' stipulate that the test...
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Bulletin - United States, Office of Public Roads, Issues 33-44

United States. Bureau of Public Roads - Roads - 1908
...copper oil cup a of about 300 cubic centimeters capacity, which is heated in a water or oil bath 6 by a small Bunsen flame. The cup is provided with a glass cover c, carrying a thermometer d, and a hole e for inserting the testing flame. The testing flame is obtained from a jet of gas passed...
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Executive Documents, Annual Reports, Part 2

Ohio - Ohio - 1913
...tester consists of a copper oil cup of about 300 cc. capacity which is heated in a water or oil bath by a small Bunsen flame. The cup is provided with a glass cover with two holes, one for a thermometer, the other for inserting the testing flame. The temperature is...
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Laboratory manual of bituminous materials for the use of students in highway ...

Prévost Hubbard - History - 1916 - 153 pages
...of a copper oil cup, a, of about 300 cubic centimeters capacity, which is heated in an oil bath, b, by a small Bunsen flame. The cup is provided with a glass cover, c, carrying a thermometer, d, and a hole, e, for inserting the testing flame. The testing flame is obtained from a jet of gas...
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Engineering chemistry: a manual of quantitative chemical analysis for the ...

Thomas Bliss Stillman, Albert Leeds Stillman - Science - 1916 - 760 pages
...57 consists of a copper oil cup a of about 300 cc. capacity, which is heated in a water or oil bath by a small Bunsen flame. The cup is provided with a glass cover, carrying a thermometer, and a hole for inserting the testing flame. The testing flame is obtained from...
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Standard Methods of Chemical Analysis: A Manual of Analytical Methods and ...

Wilfred Welday Scott - Chemistry, Analytic - 1917 - 864 pages
...copper oil cup, D, holding alxmt 10 oz., the quantity usually contained in lamps, heated in a water bath by a small Bunsen flame. The cup is provided with...describing the apparatus minutely, the regulations of FIG. 86.— NY Tester. 1 Engler and Haase, Z. Anal. Chem., 20, 3, 1881. the New York State Board of...
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Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Issues 301-325

Agriculture - 1917
...consists of a copper oil cup a of about 300 cubic centimeters capacity, which is heated in an oil -bath 6 by a small Bunsen flame. The cup is provided with a glass S^tttt&ttXSifJ! K~?S~-— - ttt^ millimeters of the flange jdZ?*f oup and the vapor chamber above,...
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Waterproofing engineering for engineers, architects, builders, roofers and ...

Joseph Ross - Waterproofing - 1919 - 442 pages
...of a copper oil cup (Fig. 87) having a capacity of about 300 cc It is heated in a water or oil bath by a small Bunsen flame. The cup is provided with a glass cover, carrying a thermometer and a hole for inserting the testing flame. The testing flame is obtained from...
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