1906
DOI: 10.1021/ja01975a022 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: enriching gas for illuminating purposes ; (4) it produces illuminating gas a t a lower cost and of superior quality to that made in a gas retort; (5) it furnishes cyanogen equivalent to 12 pounds of potassium ferrocyanide per ton of coal; (6) as one of the byproducts, it supplies the pyridine soon to be in demand for denaturing alcohol ; (7) the hydrogen sulphide recoverable from the ammonia liquors when oxidized is sufficient to supply nearly one-half the sulphuric acid required in converting the ammonia into… Show more

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