Occurrence of Aluminium in Vegetable Products, Animal Products and Natural Waters; A Contribution to the Bibliography of the Subject

Occurrence of Aluminium in Vegetable Products, Animal Products and Natural Waters; A Contribution to the Bibliography of the Subject

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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. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...in the appendix (pp. 91, 93). H. F. Northrup and G. W. Rafter (Special Water-supply Committee of the City Council, Travers City, Rpt., p. 20), note a trace of Al203 in Lake Michigan water at Chicago. C. G. Wheeler notes a trace of Al203 in water of the Mount Clemens Pagoda Spring. In water from the Ypsilanti Sanitarium J. E. Clark found 0.15 Al203. Lang, E. E. (Verhandl. Ver. Naturkunde Presburg, 2, 1857, pt. 2, p. 1; Jahresb. Chem., 1858, p. 798), reports alumina (parts per 1000) in water from Trentschin Toplitzer Bad, Hungary, as follows: Brunnlein (Urquelle), 0.009 and Spiegelbad, No. 1, 0.017. Langer, T. (Arch. Pharm., 3d ser., 2, p. 304; Jahresb. Chem., Naumann, 1872, p. 1186), notes traces of alumina in a mineral spring at Mattigbad, Austria. Lambert, E. G. (Ann. Chim. et Phys., 4th ser., 12, p. 309; Jahrb. Chem. Will., 1867, p. 1043), notes in the sulphur spring of Monterey (Mexico) 0.027 gm. aluminium silicate per liter. The water is used internally and for baths. The occurrence of aluminium is also noted in potable water, sulphur-water, etc., of Maria Island. Laminne (Jour. Pharm., 3d ser., 13, p. 354; Jour. Chim. Med., 3d ser., 4, p. 461; Pharm. Centbl., 1848, p. 512; Jahresb. Chem., 1847, 1848, p. 1009) found 0.0020 part alumina per 1000 parts in mineral water from Tongern, Belgium. De Launay (Ann. Mines, 9th ser., 5 (1894), p. 139) quotes an analysis of the mineral waters of Pfaefers-Ragatz, Canton St. Gall, Switzerland, made by Planta-Reichenau. In this water 0.00091 gm. aluminium phosphate per liter is reported, which was calculated to be equivalent to 0.00038 A'l203. Leber (Pharm. Centbl., 1849, p. 791; Jahresb. Chem., 1849, p. 614) found 0.1157 alumina per 1000 parts in the "new" mineral spring-water from Salzschlirf...show more

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