A System of Instruction in the Practical Use of the Blowpipe by Anonymous


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Title: A System of Instruction in the Practical Use of the Blowpipe
Being A Graduated Course Of Analysis For The Use Of Students
And All Those Engaged In The Examination Of Metallic
Combinations

Author: Anonymous

Release Date: April 7, 2005 [EBook #15576]

Language: English

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A
SYSTEM OF INSTRUCTION
IN
THE PRACTICAL USE
OF
THE BLOWPIPE.


BEING A GRADUATED COURSE OF ANALYSIS FOR THE USE OF STUDENTS
AND ALL THOSE ENGAGED IN THE EXAMINATION OF METALLIC
COMBINATIONS.


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1858.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.


PART I.

Preface, 7
The Use of the Blowpipe, 9
Utensils--The Blowpipe, 12
The Oil Lamp, 22
The Spirit Lamp, 23
Charcoal Support, 24
Platinum Supports, 26
Iron Spoons, 28
Glass Tubes, 28
Other Apparatus necessary, 31
THE REAGENTS, 34
Reagents of General Use, 34
Carbonate of Soda, 34
Hydrate of Baryta, 35
Bi-sulphate of Potassa, 35
Oxalate of Potassa, 36
Cyanide of Potassium, 36
Nitrate of Potassa, 37
Borax, 38
Microcosmic Salt, 39
Nitrate of Cobalt, 40
Tin, 41
Silica, 42
Test Papers, 42
ESPECIAL REAGENTS, 43
Boracic Acid, 43
Fluorspar, 43
Oxalate of Nickel, 43
Oxide of Copper, 43
Antimoniate of Potassa, 44
Silver Foil, 44
Nitroprusside of Sodium, 44

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