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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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Chemistry, Theoretical, Practical, and Analytical: As Applied and ..., Band 1

Sheridan Muspratt - 1860
...by Sir ISAAC NEWTON, on account of its low melting point, a name which is still retained. A mixture of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin, melts at 202° Fahr., and, according to ROSE, an alloy composed of two parts of bismuth, one of lead,...
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Handbook of Geological Terms, Geology and Physical Geography

David Page - 1865 - 506 Seiten
...or cable). — Cord-like ; rope-like ; resembling a cord or cable in appearance. Fusible Metal. — An alloy of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin, which melts at the boiling-point of water (212° F.), and may be fused over a candle in a piece of...
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A Text-book on Chemistry: For the Use of Schools and Colleges

Henry Draper - 1868 - 507 Seiten
...acid, and the solution poured into water, the white subnitrate, once used as a cosmetic, is deposited ; when this is washed, and subsequently heated, the...boiling point of water, and may be obtained in crystals. SlLVEE. .4(7=108. SILVER is found native, and as a sulphide and a chloride, occurring also with a variety...
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Elements of Physics Or Natural History

Neil Arnott - 1877 - 873 Seiten
...at lower temperatures than the metals separately. Common solders are examples. An alloy consisting of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin, melts when thrown into boiling water. It is a kindred fact that in smelting metallic ores in furnaces,...
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Elements of Physics, Or, Natural Philosophy

Neil Arnott, Alexander Bain, Alfred Swaine Taylor - 1879 - 873 Seiten
...at lower temperatures than the metals separately. Common solders are examples. An alloy consisting of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin, melts when thrown into boiling water. It is a kindred fact that in smelting metallic ores in furnaces,...
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In Search of Minerals

David Thomas Ansted - 1880 - 282 Seiten
...these crevices. Another use of bismuth is to reduce the meltingpoint of some alloys. Thus, a mixture of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin produces a metal that melts at a heat a little less than that of boiling water, although none of the...
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Lessons in Chemistry

William Houston Greene - 1884 - 357 Seiten
...according to its composition. Another alloy, known as Arcet's fusible metal, is made by melting together eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin. It melts at 94.5°. Bismuth much resembles antimony in many of its chemical relations ; but we class it among...
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American Journal of Dental Science, Band 7

1847
...mineral, is more used at the present day than any of the metals which we have named. It is composed of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin, and this compound is rendered more fusible by the addition of a tenth of mercury; but this addition,...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.) - 1843
...assumed the solid form. The alloy experimented on was that known as Newton's fusible metal, composed of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin. On pouring this alloy, in the melted state, on a marble slab, and breaking it as soon as solid, and...
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