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" The sixth class includes some neutral saline waters in which the sulphates of lime, magnesia, and the alkalies predominate ; chlorides being present only in small quantities. These waters, like the last, are often impregnated with sulphuretted hydrogen.... "
Catalogue of Section One of the Museum of the Geological Survey: Embracing ... - Page 143
by George Christian Hoffmann - 1893 - 256 pages
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The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, Volume 8

Learned institutions and societies - 1863
...some sulphuretted hydrogen. Examples, — Tuscarora and Niagara. In the sixth class may be included some neutral saline waters, in which the sulphates of lime, magnesia, and the alkalies predominate. ; chlorids being présent only in small amounts. To this class belongs a mineral water from Hamilton,...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Science - 1865
...acid. V. The fifth class includes nrid waters remarkable for containing a large VI. Tho sixth class includes some neutral saline waters, in which the...sulphates of lime, magnesia, and the alkalies predominate, chlorids being present only in small quantities. These waters, like the last, are often impregnated...
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Chemical and Geological Essays

Thomas Sterry Hunt - Chemistry - 1875 - 489 pages
...characterized by their sour and styptic taste, generally contain some sulphuretted hydrogen. TL The sixth class includes some neutral saline waters in which the sulphates...alkalies predominate ; chlorides being present only in small quantities. These waters, like the last, are often impregnated with sulphuretted hydrogen. The...
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Chemical and Geological Essays

Thomas Sterry Hunt - Chemistry - 1875 - 489 pages
...by their sour and styptic taste, generally contain some sulphuretted hydrogen. VT. The sixth class includes some neutral saline waters in which the sulphates...alkalies predominate ; chlorides being present only in small quantities. These waters, like the last, are often impregnated with sulphuretted hydrogen. The...
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