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" ... of any sample that will pass through a sieve of 100 or 150 meshes to the inch, since in the preparation of clays for the market by the washing process they are not required to pass through a screen any finer than the one above mentioned. "
Final Report - Seite 107
von New Jersey Geological Survey - 1904
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The International Cyclopedia: A Compendium of Human Knowledge, Rev ..., Band 6

Harry Thurston Peck - 1898
...only to produce fruit. F. vary to a considerable extent in size. The individual plants are at first too small to be seen without the aid of a microscope, and while some remain microscopic, many species attain a diameter of several inches or even of several...
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The mind and its machinery

Virgil Primrose English - 1901
...we begin to realize what an immense number of nerves there must be. And when we consider that they are too small to be seen without the aid of a microscope, and that most of these minute fibers leads direct to the brain, we realize still more fully, how very delicate...
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Bulletin

1906 - 259 Seiten
...without the aid of the microscope and are in fact so small that they cannot be separated by means of sieves. In testing the texture of a clay it is perhaps of sufficient importance for practical work to determine the percentage of any sample that will pass through a sieve of 100 or 150 meshes...
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Bulletin

1906 - 259 Seiten
...without the aid of the microscope and are in fact so small that they cannot be separated by means of sieves. In testing the texture of a clay it is perhaps of sufficient importance for practical work to determine the percentage of any sample that will pass through a sieve of 100 or 150 meshes...
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Bulletin

1906 - 259 Seiten
...without the aid of the microscope and are in fact so small that they cannot be separated by means of sieves. In testing the texture of a clay it is perhaps of sufficient importance for practical work to determine the percentage of any sample that will pass through a sieve of 100 or 150 meshes...
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The clays of Wisconsin and their uses, Ausgabe 15

Heinrich Ries, F. L. Gallup - 1906 - 259 Seiten
...without the aid of the microscope and are in fact so small that they cannot be separated by means of sieves. In testing the texture of a clay it is perhaps of sufficient importance for practical work to determine the percentage of any sample that will pass through a sieve of 100 or 150 meshes...
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Almost a Woman

Mary Wood-Allen - 1907 - 81 Seiten
...tiny littlfe creatures called spermatozoa—one is a spermatozoon. Here is a picture of some. They are too small to be seen without the aid of a microscope. They are about 1-500 of an inch long, that is, 500 of them laid end to end, would cover only an inch...
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Graded Outlines in Hygiene, Bücher 1

Walter Frank Cobb - 1922
...fluid state into small, solid pieces like threads when a blood vessel is cut. These little threads are too small to be seen without the aid of a microscope, but nevertheless they are present, and they tangle up the very small blood cells until finally a dam...
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The Mushroom Hunter's Field Guide

Alexander Hanchett Smith, Nancy S. Weber, Nancy S Weber - 1980 - 316 Seiten
...sufficient to make an accurate identification if the mushroom in hand is in this book. Most fungous spores are too small to be seen without the aid of a microscope; for the species we discuss they are mostly in the range of 3-30 ^im in length and consist of a single...
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Drinking Water Quality: Problems and Solutions

N. F. Gray - 2008 - 520 Seiten
...Nematoda (roundworms or eelworms) Nematodes are the most common organism in drinking water, although they are too small to be seen without the aid of a microscope. They live off bacteria and so are found in areas of the distribution system that are rich in organic...
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