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Page 142 - Combination of . magnesia, carbonic acid, silica, water, a little alumina, and traces of manganese and of lime.
Page 185 - ... a dictionary of simple and compound substances, indicating the tests by which they may be identified, and a dictionary of re-agents, indicating their preparation for the laboratory, the means of testing their purity, and their behaviour with substances. By A. NORMANDY, Author of the " Commercial Handbook of Chemical Analysis,