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" A into a glass vessel capable of holding 35 fluid ounces. Add, drop by drop, stirring all the time with a glass rod, as much liquid ammonia as is just necessary to obtain a clear solution of the grey precipitate first thrown down. Add 4 ounces of solution... "
A Plea for Reflectors, Being a Description of the New Astronomical ... - Page 40
by John Browning - 1876 - 78 pages
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which ..., Volume 19

Chemistry - 1869
...silvering an 8-inch speculum : — Pour 2 ounces of solution A into a glass vessel capable of holding 35 ounces. Add, drop by drop, stirring all the time (with...solution of the grey precipitate first thrown down. Add 4 ounces of solution B. The brown-black precipitate formed must be just re-dissolved by the addition...
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Cyclopadic Science Simplified

John Henry Pepper - Chemistry - 1869 - 685 pages
...4 ounces i ounce Dissolve. Dissolve. Dissolve. ; ounces , j ounce Distilled water Solutions A and B will keep, in stoppered bottles, for any length of...to obtain a clear solution of the grey precipitate tirst thrown down. Add 4 ounces of solution B. The brown-black precipitate formed must be just re-dissolved...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volumes 19-20

Chemistry - 1869
...silvering an 8-inch speculum : — Pour 2 ounces of solution A into a glass vessel capable of holding 35 ounces. Add, drop by drop, stirring all the time (with...solution of the grey precipitate first thrown down. Add 4 ounces of solution B. The brown-black precipitate formed must be just re-dissolved by the addition...
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The Gilder's Manual: A Complete Practical Guide to Gilding in All Its ...

Gilding - 1876 - 135 pages
...silvering an 8-in. speculum, pour 2 oz. of solution A into a glass vessel capable of holding 35 oz. Add, drop by drop, stirring all the time with a glass...is just necessary to obtain a clear solution of the gray precipitate first thrown down. Add 4 oz. of solution B. The brown-black precipitate formed must...
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Cyclopędic science simplified

John Henry Pepper - Chemistry - 1877 - 685 pages
...grains 4 ounces i ounce 25 ounces \ ounce 5 ounces Dissolve. Dissolve. Dissolve. Solutions A and B will keep, in stoppered bottles, for any length of...solution of the grey precipitate first thrown down. Add 4 ounces of solution B. The brown-black precipitate formed must be just re-dissolved by the addition...
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Stargazing: Past and Present

George Mitchell Seabroke - Astronomy - 1878 - 496 pages
...an 8 in. speculum, pour two ounces of Solntion A into a glass vessel capable of holding thirty-five fluid ounces. Add, drop by drop, stirring all the...time (with a glass rod), as much liquid ammonia as is jnst necessary to obtain a clear solution of the grey precipitate first thrown down. Add four ounces...
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Workshop Receipts,for the Use of Manufacturers, Mechanics,and Scientific ...

Ernest Spon - Chemistry - 1879 - 450 pages
...silvering an 8-in. speculum, pour 2 oz. of solution A into a glass vessel capable of holding 35 oz. Add, drop by drop, stirring all the time with a glass rod, as-much liquid ammonia as is just necessary to obtain a clear solution of the grey precipitate first...
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Workshop Receipts ...

Industrial arts - 1883
...silvering an 8-in. speculum, pour 2 oz. of solution A into a glass vessel capable of holding 35 oz. Add, drop by drop, stirring all the time with a glass...solution of the grey precipitate first thrown down. Add 4 oz. of solution B. The brown-black precipitate formed must be just redissolved by the addition of...
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A Treatise on Chemistry, Volume 2, Part 1

Henry Enfield Roscoe, Carl Schorlemmer - Chemistry - 1884
...prepare sufficient of the silvering fluid for silvering an 8-inch speculum proceed as follows: — Pour 2 ounces of Solution A into a glass vessel capable...precipitate first thrown down. Add four ounces of Solution 13. The brown-black precipitate formed must be just re-dissolved by the addition of more ammonia, as...
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American library edition of workshop receipts: being a complete ..., Volume 1

Ernest Spon - Industrial arts - 1903
...for silvering an 8-in. speculum, pour 2 oz. solution A into a glass vessel capable of holding 35 oz. Add, drop by drop, stirring all the time with a glass...solution of the grey precipitate first thrown down. Add 4 oz. solution B. The brown-black precipitate formed must be just redissolved by the addition of more...
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