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" ... resemble the present excepting certain Canadian waters analysed and described by Hunt.* These form the first of the six classes in which he has arranged the mineral waters of Canada, and are characterized by '. containing chloride of sodium with large... "
Catalogue of section one of the museum of the Geological survey: embracing ... - Page 143
by Geological Survey of Canada, George Christian Hoffmann - 1893 - 256 pages
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Volume 8

Geology - 1863
...characterized by " containing chloride of sodium with largo portions of chloridea of calcium and magnesium, sometimes with sulphates. The carbonates of lime and magnesia are either present only in very minute quantities, or are altogether wanting. These waters are generally very bitter to the taste,...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Volume 8

Geology - 1863
...characterized by '. containing chloride of sodium with large portions of chlorides of calcium and magnesium, sometimes with sulphates. The carbonates of lime and magnesia are either present only in very minute quantities, or are altogether wanting. These waters are generally very bitter to the taste,...
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THE CHEMICAL NEWS

WILLIAM CROOKES F.R.S - 1864
...characterised by " containing chloride of sodium, with large portions of chlorides of calcium and magnesium, sometimes with sulphates. The carbonates of lime and magnesia are either present only in very minute quantities, or are altogether wanting. These * In the autumn of i8$9. t " Boport on «wlogy...
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The Mineralogy of Nova Scotia: A Report to the Provincial Government

Henry How - Mineralogy - 1869 - 217 pages
...they are characterized as "containing chloride of sodium with large portions of chloride of calcium, sometimes with sulphates. The carbonates of lime and magnesia are ^either present in very minute quantities, or are altogether wanting. These waters are generally very bitter to the...
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The Journal of the Canadian Mining Institute, Volume 8

Mineral industries - 1905
...of calcium and magnesium chlorides, sometimes with sulphates. Calcium and magnesium carbonates are present only in very small quantities, or are altogether wanting. Class II. Saline waters which differ from the first in containing beside sodium, calcium and magnesium chlorides,...
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Papers from the Department of Geology, Issue 21

McGill University. Dept. of Geology - Geology - 1906
...of calcium and magnesium chlorides, sometimes with sulphates. Calcium and magnesium carbonates are present only in very small quantities or are altogether wanting. Class II. Saline waters which differ from the first in containing beside sodium, calcium and magnesium chlorides,...
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