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Text-book on Chemistry: For the Use of Schools and Colleges - Seite 299
von John William Draper - 1852 - 408 Seiten
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An Essay on Chemical Statics: With Copious Explanatory Notes, and an ..., Band 2

Claude-Louis Berthollet - 1804
...is thus that the alloy, for the knowledge of which we are indebted to Darcet, and which is composed of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin, acquires such a fusibility that it becomes liquid at a temperature below that of boiling water : this...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1807
...obtained by a solution of this metal in the nitric acid ; and of the anatomical injections composed of an alloy of eight parts of Bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin. Some of the beautiful metallic ramifications of the- pulmonary vessels, preserved in the German cabinets,...
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The British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences: Comprising an ...

William Nicholson - 1809
...more equally effected by sand, or what is still better, in hot oil, or fusible mixture, consisting of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin. A thermometer being placed in the liquid at the time the razors are immersed for the purpose of indicating...
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A pocket encyclopædia, or library of general knowledge, Band 2

Edward Augustus Kendall - 1811
...be more equally effected by sand, or what is still hotter, in hot oil, or fusible mixture consisting of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin. A thermometer being placed in the liquid at the time the razors are immersed for the purpose of indicating...
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The circle of the mechanical arts

Thomas Martin (civil engineer.) - 1813
...be more equally effected by sand, or what is still better in hot oil, or fusible mixture, consisting of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin ; a thermometer beiug placed in the liquid at the time the razors are immersed, for the purpose of...
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The Book of English Trades, and Library of the Useful Arts ...

1818 - 442 Seiten
...lead. It is easily extended into leaves^ and melts more readily than any of the metals, A composition of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin, will melt in boiling water. When tin is made pretty hot, it will break with a blow. In the ore, tin...
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The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror

1821
...objections to its ever becoming of any practical utility. — /;'<//. Sal. " This alloy is composed of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin, and its property of fusing; at the boiling point of water is well known. M. Gassicourt has produced...
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The Elements of Experimental Chemistry, Band 2

William Henry - 1819
...them compounds of remarkable fusibility. One of these is Sir Isaac Newton's fusible metal. It consists of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin. When thrown into water, it melts before it is heated to the boiling point. It is from this property...
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts ..., Band 4

William Nicholson - 1819
...more equally effected by sand, or what is still better, in hot oil, or fusible mixture, consisting of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin ; a thermometer being placed in the liquid at the time the razors are immersed, for the purpose of...
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The Quarterly Journal, Band 10

1821
...216.98 Potash 31.579 100. 5. Metallographical Application of fusible Metal. — This alloy is composed of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead and three of tin, and its property of fusing at the boiling point of water is well known. M. Gassicourt has proposed...
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