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" To understand the nature of the process, it will be necessary to advert, in a general way, to a few long-known chemical properties of the familiar substance chalk ; for chalk at once forms the bulk of the chemical impurity that the process will separate... "
Rudimentary Treatise on the Drainage of Districts and Lands - Page 35
by George Drysdale Dempsey - 1849 - 142 pages
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A New Process for Purifying the Waters Supplied to the Metropolis by the ...

Thomas Clark - Public health - 1841 - 24 pages
...general way, to a few long-known chemical properties of the familiar substance chalk ; for chalk at once forms the bulk of the chemical impurity that the process...a kiln, chalk loses weight. If dry and pure, only nine ounces will remain out of a pound of sixteen ounces. These nine ounces will be soluble in water,...
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the british and foreign medical review or quarterly journal of practical ...

john forbes m.d. f.r.s .f.g.s - 1841 - 606 pages
...general way, to a few long-known chemical properties of the familiar substuxt chalk ; for chalk at once forms the bulk of the chemical impurity that the process...be rendered soluble by either of two processes of а very opposite kind. When burned, u ic a kiln, chalk loses weight. If dry and pure, only nine ounces...
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Transactions of the Pharmaceutical Meetings, Volume 1

Pharmacy - 1843 - 800 pages
...way, to a few long-known chemical properties of the familiar i substance chalk ; for chalk at once forms the bulk of the chemical impurity that the process...kiln, chalk loses weight. . If dry and pure, only nine ounces will remain out of a pound of sixteen ounces. These nine ounces will be soluble in water,...
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An Encyclopędia of Civil Engineering, Historical, Theoretical ..., Volume 1

Edward Cresy - 1847 - 912 pages
...advert to a few chemical properties of the familiar substance chalk, which at once forms the bulk of the impurity that the process will separate from water,...whence the ingredient for effecting the separation is obtained. In water chalk is almost or altogether insoluble ; but it may be rendered soluble by either...
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The Water Cure Journal and Hygienic Magazine, Volume 1

1848 - 1292 pages
...general way, to a few long-known chemical properties of the familiar substance, chalk ; for chalk at once forms the bulk of the chemical impurity that the process...two processes of a very opposite kind. When burned, a in a kiln, chalk loses weight. If dry and pure, only nine ounces will remain out of a pound of sixteen...
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Treatise on the Falsifications of Food, and the Chemical Means Employed to ...

John Mitchell - Food adulteration and inspection - 1848 - 368 pages
...ingredient for effecting the separation will be obtained. " In water, chalk is altogether, or almost, insoluble; but it may be rendered soluble by either...a kiln, chalk loses weight. If dry and pure, only nine ounces will remain out of a pound of sixteen ounces. These nine ounces will be soluble in water,...
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Treatise on the Falsifications of Food, and the Chemical Means Employed to ...

John Mitchell - Food adulteration and inspection - 1848 - 368 pages
...for effecting the separation will be obtained. "In water, chalk is altogether, or almost, insoluble j but it may be rendered soluble by either of two processes...a kiln, chalk loses weight. If dry and pure, only nine ounces will remain out of a pound of sixteen ounces. These nine ounces will be soluble in water,...
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Treatise on the Falsifications of Food, and the Chemical Means Employed to ...

John Mitchell - Food - 1848 - 500 pages
...properties of the familiar substance — chalk ; for chalk at once forms the bulk, as already mentioned, of the chemical impurity that the process will separate...separation will be obtained. " In water, chalk is altogether, or almost, insoluble ; but it may be rendered soluble by either of two processes of a very...
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The Farmer's Magazine

Agriculture - 1849 - 604 pages
...of useful lather. The following lines are extracted from Dr. Clark's "Theory of the Process " :— " In water, chalk is almost or altogether insoluble...processes of a very opposite kind. When burned as in a lime-kiln, chalk loses weight : if dry and pure only 9 ounces will remain out of a pound of 1C ounces....
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 22

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Bills, Legislative - 1850 - 638 pages
...general way, to a few long-known chemical properties of the familiar substance, chalk; for chalk at once forms the bulk of the chemical impurity that the process...a kiln, chalk loses weight. If dry and pure, only nine ounces will remain out of a pound of 16 ounces. These nine ounces will be soluble in water, but...
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