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" ... apparent, unless after standing some time in contact with the air. By applying this test before and after evaporation, or boiling, we may know whether the iron be held in solution by carbonic acid, or by a fixed acid. For, 1. If it produce its effect... "
The Elements of Experimental Chemistry - Seite 309
von William Henry - 1819
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An Epitome of Chemistry: In Three Parts ...

William Henry - 1802 - 214 Seiten
...after evaporation*or boiling, we may know whether the iron be held in folution by carbonic acid, or a fixed acid ; for (1) If it produce its effect before...application of heat and not afterward, carbonic acid is the folvent. (2) If after as well as before, a mineral acid is the folvent. (3) If by the boiling a yellowifh...
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System of Theoretical and Practical Chemistry ...

Friedrich Christian Accum - 1808
...standing some time in contact with the air. By applying this test before and after evaporation, or boiling, we may know whether the iron be held in solution...carbonic .acid, or by a fixed acid. For, 1. If it produce i*s effect before the application of heat, and not afterward, carbonic acid is the solvent. 2. If after,...
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences

William Nicholson - 1809
...standing sonic time in contact with the air. By applying this test before and after eviipura'.ion, or boiling, we may know whether the iron be held in solution...produce its effect before the application of heat, an<f not afterward, carbonic acid is the solvent. 2. If after, at well as before, a fixed and vulgarly...
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System of Theoretical and Practical Chemistry ...

Friedrich Christian Accum - 1814
...standing some time in contact with the air. By applying this test before and after evaporation, or boiling, we may know whether the iron be held in solution...is the solvent. 2. If after, as well as before, a fixed and vulgarly called mineral acid is the solvent. 3. If, by the boiling, a yellowish powder be...
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A New Medical Dictionary: Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Anatomy ...

Robert Hooper - 1817 - 870 Seiten
...after standing some time in contact with air. By applying this test before and after evaporation, or boiling, we may know whether the iron be held in solution by carbonic acid or a fixed acid ; for, 1. If it produce its effects before the application of heat, and not afterwards,...
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A Practical Essay on Chemical Re-agents, Or Tests: Illustrated by a Series ...

Friedrich Christian Accum - 1817 - 228 Seiten
...test for detecting the presence of iron. It produces, with this metal, a violet or black precipitate, whether the iron be held in solution by carbonic acid, or by any other acid. If the iron be dissolved in carbonic acid, as is often the case in mineral waters,...
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of ..., Band 12

William Nicholson - 1821
...standing some time in contact with the air. By applying this test before and after evaporation, or boiling, we may know whether the iron be held in solution...its effect before the application of heat, and not afterwards, carbonic acid is the solvent. 2 If after, as well as before, a fixed and vulgarly called...
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British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Band 12

William Nicholson - 1821
...standing some time in contact with the air. By applying this test before and after evaporation, or boiling, we may know whether the iron be held in solution...carbonic acid, or by a fixed acid , for, 1. If it produce >ts effect before the application of heat, and not afterwards, carbonic acid is the solvent. 2. If...
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CHEMICAL RE-AGENTS, OR TEST; AND THEIR APPLICATION IN ANALYZING WATERS ...

F. ACCUM - 1828
...test for detecting the presence of iron. It produces with this metal a violet or black precipitate, whether the iron be held in solution by carbonic acid, or by any other acid. If the iron be dissolved in carbonic acid, as is often the case in mineral waters,...
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Lexicon Medicum: Or, Medical Dictionary ...

Robert Hooper - 1829
...after standing some timn In contact with air. By applying tin« test before ami after evaporation or boiling, we may know whether the iron be held in solution by carbonic acid, or a fixed add; for, 1. If it produce Its effects before the application of heat, and not afterward, carbonic...
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