Chemical Technology; Or, Chemistry in Its Applications to the Arts and Manufactures Volume 1, PT. 5

Chemical Technology; Or, Chemistry in Its Applications to the Arts and Manufactures Volume 1, PT. 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1867 edition. Excerpt: ... and the saline mass is then fit for use by the manufacturing chemist. Ioco At v 10 f C. J. Thomas, T. Thomas. 1 At nee i 1858, November 13., T _, m No. 2,5o4. (_ H. Thomas, And C. Thomas. J An Improvement in the Manufacture of Caustic Alkaline Leys. This process consists in boiling lime with the tank-liquor, at the same time forcing air through the contents of the pan. 1858, November 22. F. A. Theroulde. No. 2,649. Obtaining Salts and Products from the Ashes of Marine Plants. This plan consists in lixiviating the ashes of plants through a series of vessels to produce a concentrated solution. Nitrate of soda is added to convert the potash salts into saltpetre; the common salt soparates in boiling the liquor. Iodine is precipitated by nitrous acid from the mother-liquor, -which is now treated with chlorine to liberate the bromine which is obtained by distillation. Nitrate of potash is again obtained from the mother-liquors. 1858, November 30. L. A. Possoz. No. 2,706. Manufacturing Alkalies and obtaining simultaneously other Chemical Products. This process consists in treating organic matter with caustic leys to produce ammonia, oxalates, oxalic acid, and acitates; and in employing the alkali afterwards in manufacturing prussiate of potash or carbonate of soda, according to the base employed. 1859, February 22. W. Gossaoe. No. 488. Improvements in the Utilization of Alkali-waste. Consist in decomposing the sulphuretted hydrogen obtained by some of the plans the patentee had previously described, by sulphurous acid at a temperature of about 120 E., or by means of some nitrous compound of oxygen. The patentee separates the carbonic acid from the alkali-waste and from the sulphuretted hydrogen by a persalt of iron, and employs the pure carbonic..show more

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