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" His method is as follows: The salt to be crystallized is to be dissolved in water, and evaporated to such a consistency that it shall crystallize on cooling. Set it by, and when quite cold pour the liquid part off the mass of crystals, at the bottom,... "
The Magazine of Science, and Schools of Art - Page 105
1842
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Elements of Crystallography: After the Method of HaĆ¼y; With, Or Without ...

Friedrich Christian Accum - 1813 - 396 pages
...being done let the solution be put aside, and when perfectly cold, pour off the liquid portion from the mass of crystals at the bottom, and put it into a flat bottomed vessel. After having stood for some days, solitary crystals will be formed. This being...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science, Volume 6

Edward Polehampton - 1815 - 714 pages
...crystallized is to be dissolved in water, and evaporated to such a consistency that it shall crystallize on cooling. Set it by, and when quite cold pour the...at some distance from each other, and these may be ob. served gradually increasing. Pick out the most regular of these, and put them into a flat.bottomed...
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Gallery of Nature and Art, Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ..., Volume 6

Edward T W. Polehampton - 1815 - 698 pages
...crystallized is to be dissolved in water, and evaporated to such a consistency that it shall crystallize on cooling. Set it by, and when quite cold pour the...bottom, and put it into a flat-bottomed vessel. Solitary crys. tals form at some distance from each other, and these may be ob. served gradually increasing....
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, A Tour Through Creation and Science, Volume 6

Edward T W. Polehampton - 1815 - 688 pages
...and evaporated to snch a consistency that it shall crystallize on cooling. Set it by, aiisl u lini quite cold pour the liquid part off the mass of crystals at ttie bottom, and put it into a flat-bottomed vessel. Solitary crys. tals form assume distance from...
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A System of Chemistry in Four Volumes, Volume 3

Thomas Thomson - 1817 - 644 pages
...crystallized is to be dissolved in water, and evaporated to such a consistency that it shall crystallize on cooling. Set it by, and when quite cold pour the...gradually increasing. Pick out the most regular of these, and put them into a flat-bottomed vessel at some distance from each other, and pour over them a quantity...
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One Thousand Experiments in Chemistry: With Illustrations of Natural ...

Colin Mackenzie - 1821 - 724 pages
...crystallized is to be dissolved in water, and evaporated to such a consistency that it shall crystallize on cooling. Set it by, and when quite cold pour the...flat-bottomed vessel at some distance from each other* of liquid obtained in the tion of the salt, till it crystallize* AJVr the position of every crystal,...
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A Grammar of Chemistry on the Plan of the Rev. David Blair: Adapted to the ...

John Lee Comstock, Sir Richard Phillips - 1822 - 260 pages
...substance. This being done, put the solution aside, and when perfectly cold pour off the liquid portion from the mass of crystals at the bottom, and put it into a flat bottomed vessel. After having stood for some days solitary, crystals of alum will be formed. This...
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A Grammar of Chemistry

John Lee Comstock - 1825 - 252 pages
...substance. This being done, put the solution aside, and when perfectly cold pour off the liquid portion from the mass of crystals at the bottom, and put it into a flat-bottomed vessel. After having stood for some days solitary, crystals will begin to form at some distance from each other,...
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The Elements of Medical Chemistry: Embracing Only Those Branches of Chemical ...

John Ayrton Paris - 1825 - 644 pages
...being done, let the solution be put aside, and when perfectly cold, pour off the liquid portion from the mass of crystals at the bottom, and put it into a flat-bottomed vessel. After having stood for some days, solitary crystals will be performed. This having been accomplished,...
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The Boy's Treasury of Sports, Pastimes, and Recreations

1844 - 480 pages
...consistency that it shall crystallize on cooling. Set it bye, and when quite cold, pour the liquid part from the mass of crystals at the bottom, and put it into a flat-bottomed vessel ; when solitary crystals will form at some distance from each other, and gradually increase in size....
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