Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Ausgaben 142-149

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Seite 32 - REPORT ON THE CLAY DEPOSITS of Woodbridge, South Amboy and other places in New Jersey, together with their uses for firebrick, pottery, &c.
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Seite 34 - Report on the country in the vicinity of Red Lake, and part of the basin of Berens River, Keewatin.
Seite 110 - MONTFORT. Five Page Illustrations. The History of the Tea-Cup : with a Descriptive Account of the Potter's Art. By the Rev.
Seite 29 - Friedel ° indicates a means for determining the true weight of water lost by minerals behaving like the zeolites, even without collecting the water lost, namely, by driving out of the dehydrated and weighed mineral, under proper precautions, any air it may have absorbed in the process of drying and cooling, and collecting and measuring this air and thus finding its weight, which, added to the apparent loss, gives the true contents in water.
Seite 22 - CRUSHING. For accurate analyses the use of steel power crushers and mortars is out of the question because of the danger of contamination by particles of metal and the impossibility of cleansing the roughened surfaces after they have been in use a short time. Extraction, by the aid of a magnet, of steel particles thus introduced into the powder is quite inadmissible, since the rocks themselves, almost without exception, contain magnetic minerals.
Seite 61 - If, therefore, on evaporation of the filtrate, much iron is indicated, the gelatinization may well be due to olivine alone or in part, and then the quantitative relation of silica to iron plus magnesium should be ascertained. It must also be borne in mind that any other very soluble silicates present will be more or less affected, and that apatite is largely or wholly dissolved. It is possible that still more dilute nitric or perhaps some other acid may exert a slighter solvent action on olivine...
Seite 20 - Survey was there to be found in the light of modern methods, a satisfactory exposition of the procedures to be followed or the precautions to be observed, especially in the search for some of the rarer constituents or those which, without being rare, have been of late years recognized as occurring persistently in small amounts. It was not the intention to .make the chapter on rock analysis in...
Seite 28 - It had regained 1J per cent of its original weight, although the desiccator was tightly closed and the crucible covered, showing apparently a drying power superior to that of the acid. A specimen of tyrolite was found on one occasion to lose 10.34 per cent at 280°, and on another occasion 14.33 per cent.
Seite 49 - ... as ZrO2. Certainty as to its identity can be had by again bringing it into solution, precipitating by ammonia, dissolving in hydrochloric acid, evaporating to a drop or two, and testing with turmeric paper or by a microchemical reaction. With the very smallest amounts no color can be obtained by this turmeric-paper test, which, however, responds readily to as little as 1 milligram of dioxide and with proper care for as small an amount as 0.3 milligram (Dr.

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