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" Mercurous Sulphate. — The treatment of the mercurous sulphate has for its object the removal of any mercuric sulphate which is often present as an impurity. Mercuric sulphate decomposes in the presence of water into an acid and a basic sulphate. The... "
Electrical Measurements: A Laboratory Manual - Page 333
by Henry Smith Carhart, George W. Patterson - 1895 - 344 pages
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The American Journal of Science

Science - 1895
...THE SPECIFICATIONS. (A.) The Mercurous Sulphate. The treatment of the mercurous sulphate has for its object the removal of any mercuric sulphate which...effect on the cell. If, however, it be formed, the acid sulpjiatc is also formed. This is soluble in water and the acid produced affects the electromotive...
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The Electrical Engineer

Electric engineering - 1893
...by the filtration. The Mercurou-i Sulphate. — The treatment of the mercurous sulphate has for its object the removal of any mercuric sulphate, which...quantities, has no effect on the cell. If, however, it is formed the acid sulphate is formed also. This is soluble in water, and the acid produced affects...
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Transactions, Volume 10

Electric engineering - 1893
...by the filtration. The Mercurous Sulphate. — The treatment of the mercurous sulphate has for its object the removal of any mercuric sulphate which...a basic sulphate. The latter is a yellow substance — tnrpeth mineral — practically insoluble in water; its presence, at any rate, in moderate quantities...
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Transactions, Volume 10

Electric engineering - 1893
...by the filtration. The Mercurous Sulphate. — The treatment of the mercurous sulphate has for its object the removal of any mercuric sulphate which...presence of water into an acid and a basic sulphate. The Litter is a yellow substance — turpeth mineral — practically insoluble in water; its presence,...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 64

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1894
...OF THE CLARK CELL. The Mercurous Sulphate. — The treatment of the mercurous sulphate has for its object the removal of any mercuric sulphate which...quantities has no effect on the cell. If, however, it is formed, the acid sulphate is formed also. This is soluble in water, and the acid produced .affects...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1894
...OF THE CLARK CELL. The Mercurous Sulphate. — The treatment of the mercurous sulphate IάLS for its object the removal of any mercuric sulphate which...— practically insoluble in water ; its presence Ώit any rate in moderate quantities has no effect on the cell. If, however, it is formed, the acid...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 63

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1894
...by the filtration. The Mercurous Sulphate. — The treatment of the mercurous sulphate has for its object the removal of any mercuric sulphate which is often present as an impurity. practically insoluble in water : its presence at any rate in moderate quantities has no effect on the...
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Electric lighting: a practical exposition of the art, for the use of ...

Francis Bacon Crocker - Electric lighting - 1896
...SPECIFICATIONS. (A) The Mercurous Sulphate. — The treatment of the mercurous sulphate has for its object the removal of any mercuric sulphate, which is often present as an impurity. \fercuric sulphate decomposes in the presence of water into an acid and a basic sulphate. The latter...
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Practical Electricity: A Laboratory and Lecture Course for First ..., Volume 1

William Edward Ayrton - Electricity - 1897 - 643 pages
...OF THE CLARK CELL. " The Mercurous Sulphate. — The treatment of the mercurous sulphate has for its object the removal of any mercuric sulphate which...quantities has no effect on the cell. If, however, it is formed, the acid sulphate is formed also. This is soluble in water, and the acid produced affects...
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Practical Electricity: A Laboratory and Lecture Course for First ..., Volume 1

William Edward Ayrton - Electricity - 1897 - 643 pages
...1-434 volt at 15°C. " NOTES 10 THE SPECIFICATION ON' THE PREPARATION OP THE CLAIIK CELL. . - • - , "Mercuric sulphate decomposes in the presence of water...quantities has no effect on the cell. If, however, it is formed, the acid sulphate is formed also. This is soluble in water, and the acid produced affects...
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