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Page 605 - A convenient method for cleaning the apparatus is as follows : The flask is inverted over a large vessel, preferably a glass jar, and shaken vertically until the liquid starts to flow freely; it is then held still in a vertical position until empty; the remaining traces of cement can be removed in a similar manner by pouring into the flask a small quantity of clean liquid and repeating the operation. 18. — More accurate determinations may be made with the picnometer.
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Page 607 - In making the determination, the same quantity of cement as will be subsequently used for each batch in making the briquettes (but not less than 500 grams...