1908
DOI: 10.1021/ja01949a010 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: It has been the general practice, following the directions of numerous writers, to reduce most rock and mineral powders to a very fine state of division preliminary to their analysis. This seemed called for on several grounds-to secure a proper sample of an inhomogeneous mixture, the need of extreme fineness for the ferrous iron determination, for that of the alkalies by the J. Lawrence Smith method, for all decompositions that involve the use of boric oxide or lead oxide, and in general in order to insure com… Show more

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