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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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A Manual of Chemistry: Containing the Principal Facts of the Science ...

William Thomas Brande, William James MacNeven - 1821 - 638 Seiten
...remarkable for their faakifctj. With gold, platinum, and silver, it forms brittle compounds. A compound of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin, lupeifsat 212" ; it is called Sir. I. Newton's fusible metal. The additiontf one part of quicksilver...
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The Technical repository, by T. Gill

Thomas Gill (patent-agent) - 1823
...the metals composing it. We have a very remarkable example, in the fusible alloy, which is composed of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin. This alloy, which melts at the temperature of boiling water, may be rendered still more fusible, by...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Band 7

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...effected by the use of sand, or, what is still better, by hot oil, or a fusible mixture, consisting s your preeurmise, Thai fn the dole of blows your son mig ; a thermometer being placed in the liquid at the time the razors are immersed, for the purpose of...
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Historical and Descriptive Anecdotes of Steam-engines, and of Their ..., Band 2

Robert Stuart - 1829
...heavy fluids to displace them." The wheel shown in the figure is placed in heated mercury, or a mixture of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin, which is fluid at the AMERICA?! ENGINE. 501 temperature of 2 12° ; each of the cells, a, 6, &c. in...
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A text book of chemical philosophy : on the basis of Dr. Turner's Elements ...

Jacob Green, Edward Turner - 1829 - 616 Seiten
...remarkable for their fusibility. With gold, platinum, and silver, it forms brittle compounds. A compound of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin, liquefies at 212°; it is called Sir I.Newton's fusible metal; the addition of one part of quicksilver...
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Elements of Chemical Philosophy: On the Basis of Reid, Comprising the ...

Thomas Duché Mitchell - 1832 - 553 Seiten
...its weight of lead. number's solilrr is composed of equal parts of tin and lead. The fusible rnetnl is an alloy of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin, melted together MI a crucible. It fuses at a temperature of '.J10°, and teaspoons made of it, speedily...
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The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Band 2

1841
...This was supposed to have been found in the metal of Darcet, which is known to be merely a compound of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead and three of tin, to which one of our honourable professors, Mr. Regnard, has added a tenth of mercury to increase its...
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A System of Mineralogy: Comprising the Most Recent Discoveries

James Dwight Dana - 1844 - 633 Seiten
...metal, which melts at a temperature below that of boiling water ; the constituents of this alloy are eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin. It is sometimes used for taking casts of delicate objects that would be destroyed by heat BISMUTH SILVER....
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A treatise on chemistry

Richard Dennis Hoblyn - 1846 - 80 Seiten
...chlorine gas. The alloys of bismuth are remarkable for their fusibility ; the best proportion consists of eight parts of bismuth, five of lead, and three of tin. Equal parts of bismuth, tin, and mercury, form the mosaic gold, used for various ornamental purposes....
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Journal of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland, Band 3

Royal Geological Society of Ireland - 1849
...the particles fly asunder,^with so much elastic force as to produce a slight explosion. Again, if the alloy of eight parts of Bismuth, five of Lead, and three of tin, commonly called Newton's Fusible Metal, be melted, and suddenly chilled by pouring upon a cold body,...
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