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Practical Work in Organic Chemistry - Page 137
by Frederick William Streatfeild - 1891 - 156 pages
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Hand-book of chemistry, Volume 13

Leopold Gmelin - Chemistry - 1859
...formed. After each addition of nitric acid, it is necessary to wait until the effervescence 8 over. If no effervescence takes place, in consequence of the indigo being mixed with too much water, and if the boiling is continued, whilst more and more nitric acid is added, a violent reaction suddenly...
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Hand-book of Chemistry, Volume 13

Leopold Gmelin - Chemistry - 1859
...formed. After each addition of nitric acid, it is necessary to wait until the effervescence ia over. If no effervescence takes place, in consequence of the indigo being mixed with too much water, and if the boiling is continued, whilst more and more nitric acid is added, a violent reaction suddenly...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences, Volume 3

Henry Watts - Chemistry - 1865
...formed. After each addition of nitric acid, it is necessary to wait until the effervescence is over. If no effervescence takes place, in consequence of the indigo being mixed with too much water, and if the boiling is continued, whilst more and more nitric acid is added, a violent reaction suddenly...
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A Dictionary of chemistry and the allied branches of other sciences, Volume 3

Henry Watts - 1882
...nitn: .icid, it is necessary to wait until the effervescence is отег. If no effervescence lib place, in consequence of the indigo being mixed with too much water, and if tkf boiling is continued, whilst more and more nitric acid is added, a violent reaction swidiuly...
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