A Handbook of Chemical Technology

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J. & A. Churchill, 1872 - 745 Seiten
 

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Saltpetre Nitrate of Potassa Saltpetre 134 Occurrence of Native Saltpetre
134
Nitric Acid Methods of Manufacturing Nitric Acid 142 Bleaching Nitric Acid
143
Nitroglycerine Nitroglycerine 158 Nobels Dynamite
160
Soda from Plants or SodaAsh Soda from Soda Plants and from Beetroot
171
from Sulphate of Soda 187 Direct Conversion of Common Salt into Soda
188
Sulphurous and Hyposulphurous Acid Sulphurous Acid igg Sulphite of Lime
201
Sulphide of Carbon Sulphide of Carbon 210 Carbon 211 Chloride of Sulphur
211
Bleachingpowder and Hypochlorites Chlorine 214 Preparation of Bleachiug
219
Alkalimetry Alkalimetry 224 Volumetric Method 224 Mohrs Method
225
Soap Making Soap23g Raw Materials of Soap Boiling 23g Ley 242 Theory of Saponi
245
Production of Alum Sulphates of Alumina and Aluminates Alum 256 Materia
257
UltbaMabine Ultramarine 264 Native Ultramarine 264 Artificial Ultramarine
264
Glass Oven 271 Preparation of the Material and Melting 274 Drying
275
CebaMic ob Eabthenwabe Manupactube Clays and their ApplicationFelspar
293
Tendeb Pobcelain French Fritte Porcelain 304 English Fritte Porcelain
304
CoMMon Potteby Common Pottery 310 Burning
310
LiMe and LiMeBubnino Lime 322 Properties 322 LimeBurning 322 Occasional
326
GypsuM and its Pbepabation Occurrence 333 Nature of Gypsum 333 The Burning
336
The Technology op Vegetable FibreFlax Flax 338 Hot Water Cleansing
340
Paper Marino History of Paper 345 Materials of Paper Manufacture 346 Sub
347
B Machine Papeb Manufacture of Machine Paper 352 Paper Cutting Machine
353
Suoab Manufacture History of Sugar 362 Nature of Sugar
362
Beetroot Sugar Its Nature 367 Species of Beet 367 Chemical Constituents
369
Grape Sugar Grape Sugar 383 Preparation of Grape Sugar 384 Composition
386
Woollen Industby Origin and Properties of Wool 494 Chemical Composition of Wool
498
TAanrrao Tanning 508 Anatomy of Animal Skin
508
n Tawinq Tawiug Preparation of White Leather 522 Common Tawing 522 Hun
525
Glue Boiling General Observations 528 Leather Glue 529 Treating with Lime
536
Requisites for Producing Fire Generalities and History 546 Manufacture of Lucifer
553
Milk Milk 556 Whey 557 Lactose Sugar of Milk 557 Means to Prevent Milk
559
Meat Generalities 562 Constituents of Meat 562 The Cooking of Meat 563
566
Aniline Colours Aniline Colours 575 Aniline Red 575 Aniline Violet
577
HI Naphthaline Pigments Naphthaline 581 Martins Yellow 582 Magdala Red
583
Blue Dye MATERiALSIndigo 591 Properties of Indigo 592 Testing Indigo
592
Yellow Dyes Yellowwood Fustic 595 Young Fustic French Fustet 595 Annatto
596
The Peineino ok Woven Fabbics Printing of Woven Fabrics 609 Mordants
611
DIVISION VII
617
Abtipicial Lioht pboM Candles Light from Candles 620 Manufacture of Stearine
630
IllcMtnaeion by Means op LaMps Illumination with Fluid Substances 636 Puri
639
Gas General Introduction and Historical Notes 645 Raw Materials of
650
Pabappin and Solab ob PetboleuM Oils Paraffin Oils 683 Manufacture of Paraffin
683
Petroleum Petroleum Oil and its Occurrences 695 Origin and Formation of Petro
696
Wood Wood 702 Constituents of Wood 703 Heating Value of Wood 704 Wood
706
Drying Peat 713 Heating Effect of Peat 715 New Method
715
Pit Coal or Coal Coal 717 Accessory Constituents of Coal 718 Classification
722
Artificial Fuel Artificial Fuel 729 Peras 729 Briquettes
730
Boiler Heatino and Consumption of Smoke Boiler Heating 740 Smoke Consuming
743

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Seite i - WAGNER, Ph. D., Professor of Chemical Technology at the University of Wurtzburg. Translated and edited, from the eighth German edition, with extensive Additions. By WM. CROOKES, FRS With 336 Illustrations. I vol., 8vo. 761 pages. Cloth, $5.00. The several editions of Professor Rudolf Wagner's " Handbuch der Chemischen Technologic" have succeeded each other so rapidly, that no apology is needed in offering a translation to the public.
Seite 676 - If now a mixture of two volumes of hydrogen and one volume of oxygen is introduced into...
Seite iii - Technologic" have succeeded each other so rapidly, that no apology is needed in offering a translation to the public. Under the head of Metallurgic Chemistry, the latest methods of preparing Iron, Cobalt, Nickel, Copper, Copper Salts, Lead and Tin and their Salts, Bismuth, Zinc, Zinc Salts, Cadmium, Antimony, Arsenic, Mercury, Platinum, Silver, Gold, Manganates, Aluminum, and Magnesium, are described. The various applications of the Voltaic Current to Electro-Metallurgy follow under this division....
Seite iii - Aluminum and Magnesium, are described. The various applications of the Voltaic Current to Electro-Metallurgy follow under this division. The Preparation of Potash and Soda Salts, the Manufacture of Sulphuric Acid, and the Recovery of Sulphur from Soda-waste, of course occupy prominent places in the consideration of chemical manufactures.
Seite iv - Preservation of Meat, Milk, etc., the Preparation of Phosphorus and Animal Charcoal, are considered as belonging to the Technology of Animal Products. The preparation of...
Seite iii - Stone-ware, Limes, and Mortars, will present much of interest to the Builder and Engineer. The Technology of Vegetable Fibres has been considered to include the preparation of Flax, Hemp, Cotton, as well as Paper-making ; while the applications of Vegetable Products will be found to include Sugar-boiling...
Seite 485 - The solutions of caoutchouc in coal tar, naphtha and benzoline are most suited to unite pieces of caoutchouc, but the odor of the solvents is perceptible for a long time. As chloroform is too expensive for common use, sulphide of carbon is the most usual, and also the best, solvent for caoutchouc. This solution, owing to the volatility...
Seite 680 - ... of the most splendid description. When an electric lamp, furnished with rods of gas-carbon half an inch square, was placed at the top of a lofty building, the light evolved from it was sufficient to cast the shadows from the flames of the street lamps a quarter of a mile distant upon the neighbouring walls. When viewed from that distance, the rays proceeding from the reflector have all the rich effulgence of sunshine.
Seite iii - Waste, of course occupy prominent places in the consideration of chemical manufactures. It is difficult to over-estimate the mercantile value of Mond's process, as well as the many new and important applications of Bisulphide of Carbon. The manufacture of Soap will be found to include much detail. The Technology of Glass, Stoneware, Limes and Mortars, will present much of interest to the Builder and Engineer. The Technology of Vegetable Fibres...
Seite iii - ... CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WURTZBURG. Translated and edited, from the eighth German edition, with extensive Additions, By WM. CROOKES, FRS With 336 Illustrations. I vol., Bvo. 761 pages. Cloth, $5.00. The several editions of Professor Rudolph Wagner's " Handbuch. der Chemischen Technologic" have succeeded each other so rapidly, that no apology is needed in offering a translation to the public.

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