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      A Thousand and
      One Formulas
      The Laboratory Handbook for the Experimenter;
      With an Appendix of Useful Tables
      by
      Sidney Gernsback


      A Thousand and One Formulas

      The Laboratory Handbook for the Experimenter; With an Appendix of Useful Tables

      by Sidney Gernsback

      Excerpt


      Iron Cement. — 7 lb. Of Iron Borings; 2 oz. Of Sal Ammoniac; 1 oz. Of Sulphur; Water in sufficient quantity.

      Stone Cement. — 25 parts of Linseed Oil; boil with 35 parts of Litharge and 250 parts of fine powdered Burned Lime. Use hot.

      Book Details


      PIBN10297932
      ISBN978-1-332-20464-9
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-0-331-53346-0
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryChemistry
      Pages156
      Words67717
      Vocabulary2670

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