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" The yellow mass thus obtained must then be dissolved in hot water, and the liquor filtered in order to separate it from the sediment. After this it must be diluted with water, and sulphuric acid poured upon it of such a strength as to produce a fleecy... "
The Elements of Experimental Chemistry - Pagina 113
di William Henry - 1823
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Volume 2

Sir David Brewster, Royal Society of Edinburgh, Robert Jameson, Wernerian Natural History Society - 1820
...it from a sediment. It is thei) to te diluted \vith water, and sulphuric acid poured upon it, of a strength as to produce a fleecy precipitate of a superb yellow colour. This precipitate, washed on a cloth, dissolves with extreme facility in ammonia, and gives a yellowish liquor,...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 62,Parte 2

Edmund Burke - 1822
...the sediment. After this it must be diluted with water, and sulphuric acid poured upon it of such a strength as to produce a fleecy precipitate of a superb yellow colour, which on being washed on a cloth freely dissolves in ammonia, and yields a yellowish liquor : into...
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Annual Register, Volume 2

1822
...the sediment. After this it must be diluted with water, and sulphuric acid poured upon it of such a strength as to produce a fleecy precipitate of a superb yellow colour, which on being washed on a cloth freely dissolves in ammonia, and yields a yellowish liquor: into this...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

Edmund Burke - 1822
...the sediment. After this it must be diluted with water, and sulphuric acid poured upon it of such a strength as to produce a fleecy precipitate of a superb yellow colour, which on being washed on a cloth freely dissolves in ammonia, and yields a yellowish liquor : into...
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A Manual of Chemistry, on the Basis of Professor Brande's: Containing the ...

1826 - 603 pagine
...wool, silk, or cotton, of a fine yellow colour. Having mixed one part of sulphur, 2 parts of while arsenic, and 5 of potash of commerce, melt them in...Goods plunged into this solution come out. colourless, rare being taken that no metallic vessels are used ; but they assume a fine yellow as the ammonia evaporates....
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Volume 2

Sir David Brewster, Robert Jameson - 1820
...from a sediment. It is then to te diluted with water, and sulphuric acid p nired upon it, of such a strength as to produce a fleecy precipitate of a superb yellow ' colour. This precipitate, washed on a cloth, dissolves with extreme facility in ammonia, and gives a yellowish liquor,...
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A Manual of Chemistry, on the Basis of Professor Brande's: Containing the ...

1828 - 619 pagine
...them in a crucible at a heat near that of redness. The yellow mass thus obtained is to be dissuîved in hot water, and filtered. It is then to be diluted,...acid poured into it, of such strength as to produce a fli;ecy precipir täte of a superb yellow colour. This dissolves with facility in ammonia, and gives...
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Annual Register, Parte 2

Edmund Burke - 1822
...the sediment. After this it must be diluted with water, and sulphuric acid poured upon it of such a strength as to produce a fleecy precipitate of a superb yellow colour, which on being washed on a cloth freely dissolves in ammonia, and yields a yellowish liquor: into this...
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