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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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British Farmer's Magazine, Issue 16

Agriculture - 1849 - 608 pages
...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 16 ounces....
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Chambers's papers for the people, Parts 13-18

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1851 - 650 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...be rendered soluble by either of two processes of an opposite kind. When burned, as in a kiln, chalk loses weight. If dry and pure, only nine ounces...
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 14

Civil engineering - 1855 - 612 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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Sanitary science

Robert Scott Burn - Housing - 1872 - 314 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...be rendered soluble by either of two processes of an opposite kind. When burned, as in a kiln, chalk loses weight; and, if dry and pure, only nine ounces...
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Facts and Hints for Every-day Life: A Book for the Household ...

A. H. W., Facts - Home economics - 1873 - 478 pages
...might otherwise accumulate, and have a mischievous tendency. Chalk in Water, how to Hemove it. — In water, chalk is almost or altogether insoluble;...a kiln, chalk loses weight. If dry and pure, only nine r.imivs will remain out of a pound of sixteen ounces. These nine ounces will be soluble in water,...
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Report of the ... Congress of the Sanitary Institute of Great Britain, Volume 1

Sanitary Institute of Great Britain - Public health - 1880 - 424 pages
...which Dr. Clarke makes use of lime for this purpose may best be described in his own words : — " In water, chalk is almost or altogether insoluble,...two processes of a very opposite kind. When burned 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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The exhibition record, a descriptive account of the principal exhibits ...

International health exhibition, 1884 - 1880 - 520 pages
...in which Dr. Clark makes use of lime for this purpose may best be described in his own words : — In water, chalk is almost or altogether insoluble, but it may be rendered soluble by cither of two processes of a very opposite kind. When burned in a kiln, chalk loses weight. If dry...
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The Sanitation of Cities and Towns and the Agricultural Utilization of ...

Charles William Chancellor - Public health - 1887 - 204 pages
...chemical " properties of the familiar substance, carbonate of lime ; for "carbonate of lime at once forms the bulk of the chemical "impurity that the...effecting the separation will be obtained. In water carbonate of lime is almost " altogether insoluble, but it may be rendered soluble by either "of two...
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 14

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - Civil engineering - 1855 - 578 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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Annual Report of the State Board of Health of Maryland for the ..., Volume 7

Maryland. State Board of Health - Public health - 1888 - 688 pages
...known chemical properties of the familiar substance, "carbonate of lime; for carbonate of lime at once "forms the bulk of the chemical impurity that the...effecting the separation "will be obtained. In water carbonate of lime is "almost altogether insoluble, but it may be rendered "soluble by either of two...
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