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" ... with the fact that the whole were daily watered from one particular source, suggested the conclusion that the cause of the evil must reside in the water thus used ; and this was accordingly examined. It yielded the following constituents, making in... "
Pharmaceutical Journal: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences - Page 144
1849
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The American Journal of Science, Volume 57

Science - 1849
...of lime, 0-462 Chlorid of calcium, 0-200 Chlorid of magnesium, 1-252 Chlorid of sodium, 6-906 9-420 The mould around the plants and an infusion of the...afforded abundant evidence of the presence of much chlorid of sodium. Farther inquiry showed that the well from which the water was procured had an accidental...
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The Living Age, Volume 19

1848
...examined. It yielded the foltowing constituents, making in each imperial pint of 20 fluid ounces, nearly 9i grains of solid matter entirely saline, without any organic admixture : — Carbonate of lime, 0-600 Sulphate of lime, 0 462 Chloride of calcium, 0-200 Chloride of magnesium, 1-252 Chloride of sodium,...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 19

1848
...yielded the following constituents, making in each imperial pint of '(1 fluid ounces, nearly !.! grains of solid matter entirely saline, without any organic admixture : — Carbonate of lime, 0-600 Sulphate of lime, 0 462 Chloride of calcium, 0-200 Chloride of magnesium, 1-232 Chloride of sodium,...
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The American Agriculturist, Volume 7

Agriculture - 1848
...chloride of calcium, 0.2, chloride of magnesium, 1.252, chloride of sodium, 6.906. The mould round the plants, and an infusion of the dead stems and...evidence of the presence of much chloride of sodium ; and it was also discovered that the well had an accidental communication with the sea, and had been...
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The Chemical Gazette, Volume 6

Chemistry - 1848
...examined. It yielded the following constituents, making in each imperial pint of 20 fluid ounces nearly 9^ grains of solid matter entirely saline, without any organic admixture : — Carbonate of lime C'600 Sulphate of lime 0'462 Chloride of calcium 0'200 Chloride of magnesium 1-252 Chloride of sodium...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1849
...of lime, 0-462 Chlorid of calcium, 0-200 Chlorid of magnesium, 1-252 Chlorid of sodium, 6-906 9-420 The mould around the plants and an infusion of the...afforded abundant evidence of the presence of much chlorid of sodium. Farther inquiry showed that the well from which the water was procured had an accidental...
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The Natural History of Common Salt: Its Manufacture, Appearance, Uses, and ...

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain). General Literature Committee - Salt - 1850 - 358 pages
...remainder being carbonate of lime, sulphate of lime, chloride of calcium, and chloride of magnesium. The mould around the plants and an infusion of the dead stems and leaves also showed the presence of much common salt. Further inquiry showed that the well from which the water...
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The Natural History of Common Salt: Its Manufacture, Appearance, Uses, and ...

Charles Tomlinson - Salt - 1850 - 358 pages
...remainder being carbonate of lime, sulphate of lime, chloride of calcium, and chloride of magnesium. The mould around the plants and an infusion of the dead stems and leaves also showed the presence of much common salt. Further inquiry showed that the well from which the water...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - Industrial arts - 1854
...It yielded the following constituents, making in each imperial pint of 20 fluid ounces, nearly 9 grains of solid matter, entirely saline, without any organic admixture : Carbonate of lime, 0-600 Sulphate of lime, 0-462 Chloride of calcium, 0-200 Chloride of magnesium, 1-252 Chloride of sodium,...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - Industrial arts - 1854
...examined. It yielded the following constituents, making in each imperial pint of 20 fluid ounces, nearly 9^ grains of solid matter, entirely saline, without any organic admixture : Carbonate of lime, 0-600 Sulphate of lime, 0-462 Chloride of calcium, 0-200 Chloride of magnesium, 1-252 Chloride of sodium,...
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