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" York, could be replaced by an equal amount of lime carbonate and the burnt stone would still give a hydraulic product. If, however, the clayey portion (silica, alumina, and iron oxide) of the Rosendale rock could be removed, leaving only the magnesium... "
Bulletin - United States Geological Survey - Page 335
by Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1905
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Bulletin, Issues 260-261

Geology - 1905
...hydraulic product. Tf, however, the clayey portion (silica, alumnia, and iron oxide) of the Rosondnle rock could be removed, leaving only the magnesium...would yield simply a magnesian lime. This point has lieen emphasized localise many -writers on the subject have cither explicitly stated or implied that...
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Bulletin - Geological Survey of Alabama, Issues 7-10

Geology - 1903
...hydraulic product. If, however, the clayey portion (silica, alumina, and iron oxide) of the Rosendale rock could be removed, leaving only the magnesium...either explicitly stated or implied that it is the magncsian carbonate of the Rosendale, Akron, Louisville, Utica, and Milwaukee rocks tha't causes them...
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Bulletin, Issues 241-244

Geology - 1904
...hydraulic product. If, however, the clayey portion (silica, alumina, and iron oxide) of the Rosendale rock could be removed, leaving only the magnesium...implied that it is the magnesian carbonate of the llosendalo, Akron, Louisville, Utica, and Milwaukee rocks that causes them to yield a natural cement...
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Experiments on Schistosity and Slaty Cleavage

George Ferdinand Becker - Schistosity - 1904 - 34 pages
...hydraulic product. If, however, the clayey portion (silica, alumina, and iron oxide) of the Rosendale rock could be removed, leaving only the magnesium...its hydraulic properties and would yield simply a inagnesian lime. This point has been emphasized because many writers on the subject have cither explicitly...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1904
...hydraulic product. If, however, the clayey portion (silica, alumina, and iron oxide) of the Rosendale rock could be removed, leaving only the magnesium...its hydraulic properties and would yield simply a magnesiari lime. This point has been emphasized because many writers on the subject have either explicitly...
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The Materials and Manufacture of Portland Cement. By Edwin C. Eckel: The ...

Edwin Clarence Eckel, Eugene Allen Smith - Cement - 1904 - 93 pages
...the Rosendale rock could be remcved, leaving only the magnesium and lime carbonates, the burnt roek would lose all of its hydraulic properties and would...been emphasized because many writers on the subject liave either explicitly stated or implied that it is the magnesian carbonate of the Rosendale, Akron,...
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Iowa Geological Survey, Volume 15

Geology - 1905
...hydraulic product. If, however, the clayey portion (silica, alumina, and iron oxide) of the Rosendale rock could be removed, leaving only the magnesium...implied that it is the magnesian carbonate of the Rosenclale, Akron, Louisville, Utica and Milwaukee rocks that causes them to yield a natural cement...
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Contributions to Economic Geology, 1904

Samuel Franklin Emmons - Geology, Economic - 1905 - 620 pages
...portion (silica, alumnia, :md iron oxide) of the Rosendale rock could be removed, leaving only llie magnesium and lime carbonates, the burnt rock would...implied that it is the magnesian carbonate of the Rosendale, Akron, Louisville, Utica, and Milwaukee rocks that causes them to yield a natural cement...
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Cements, Limes, and Plasters: Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties

Edwin Clarence Eckel - Cement - 1905 - 712 pages
...and lime carbonates, the rock would lose all of its hydraulic properties and would yield on burning simply a magnesian lime. This point has been emphasized...either explicitly stated or implied that it is the magnesium carbonate of the Rosendale, Akron, Louisville, Utica, and Milwaukee rocks that causes them...
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Cements, limes, and plasters: their materials, manufacture, and properties

Edwin Clarence Eckel - Cement - 1905 - 712 pages
...hydraulic product. If, however, the clayey portion (silica, alumina, and iron oxide) of the Rosendale rock could be removed leaving only the magnesium and lime carbonates, the rock would lose all of its hydraulic properties and would yield on burning simply a magnesian lime....
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