The Art of Paper-making: A Practical Handbook of the Manufacture of Paper from Rags, Esparto, Straw, and Other Fibrous Materials, Including the Manufacture of Pulp from Wood Fibre : with a Description of the Machinery and Appliances Used : to which are Added Details of Processes for Recovering Soda from Waste Liquors
Crosby Lockwood and Son, 1890 - 260 стор.
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Сторінка 204 - Dalton, all substances combine in definite proportions or " equivalents " ; thus, 1 part by weight of hydrogen combines with 8 parts by weight of oxygen to form water.
Сторінка 164 - ... of the same temperature as the air. The paper is afterwards washed with weak ammonia. This process, which has been extensively worked by Messrs. De la Rue and Co., produces a far better material than the foregoing. Mill and Card-board. — In the manufacture of boards refuse materials of all...
Сторінка 217 - Arts voted their gold medal to the author of the above formula. 2. Add a little solution of acetate of lead to a decoction of madder, to throw down the brown colouring matter, filter, add a solution of tin or alum, precipitate with a solution of carbonate of soda or of potassa, and otherwise proceed as before.