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" ... levels on each side of the lode. The almost entire absence of magnesium raises an obvious objection to the hypothesis of this spring deriving its waters from the sea ; or if such a source be suggested for the salt and other marine products, we should... "
The Mining and Smelting Magazine - Seite 209
1864
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ..., Band 10

1864
...materials so as to reach the surface, it would probably not have lost anything approaching to 10° Fahr., since the renewed heat derived from below would...decomposed and altered rocks through which the thermal water* may have passed. Hot spring* are, for the most part, charged with alkaline and other highly...
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The Sanitary Review, Band 1

1864
...products, we should be under the neces.-ity of supposing the magnesinm to bo left behind in comhination with some of the elements of the decomposed and altered...for the most part, charged with alkaline and other higbly soluble substascse, and, as a rule, are harren of the precious metals, gold, silver, and copper,...
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Geological Magazine, Band 1

Henry Woodward - 1864
...in magnesium, he regards as an objection to its being supplied by sea-water, unless the magnesium is 'left behind in combination with some of the elements...through which the thermal waters may have passed.' Some remarks were incidentally made on the probability of the several widely disseminated metals, the...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865
...entire absence of magnesium raises an obvious objection to the hypothesis of this spring deriving ks waters from the sea ; or if such a source be suggested...silver, and copper, as well as of tin, platinum, lead, and many others ; a slight trace of copper in the Bath waters being exceptional. Nevertheless, there...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1865
...waters from the sea ; or if such a source be suggested for the salt and other marine products, we shall be under the necessity of supposing the magnesium...are barren of the precious metals, gold, silver, and platinum, as well as of tin, copper, lead, and many others, a slight trace of copper in the Bath waters...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Band 34

1865
...products, we should be under the necessity of supposing the magnesium to be left behind in combination wiJi some of the elements of the decomposed and altered...silver, and copper, as well as of tin, platinum, lead, and many others, a slight trace of copper in the Bath waters being exceptional. Nevertheless there...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1865
...for the salt and other marine products, we should be under the necessity of supposing the magnesnim to be left behind in combination with some of the...and other highly soluble substances, and, as a rule, arc barren of the precious metals, gold, silver, and copper, as well as of tin, platinum, lead, and...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1865
...waters from the sea; or if such a source be suggested for the salt and other marine products, we shall be under the necessity of supposing the magnesium...through which the thermal waters may have passed. waters being exceptional. Nevertheless, there is a strong presumption that there exists some relationship...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Band 16

1866
...materials so as to reach the surface, it would probably not have lost anything approaching to 20° F., since the renewed heat derived from below would have...silver, and copper, as well as of tin, platinum, lead, and many others ; a slight trace of copper in the Bath waters being exceptional. Nevertheless, there...
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Annual Meetings: Proceedings Etc.]

1864
...materials so as to reach the surface, it would probably not have lost anything approaching to 20 deg. Fahr., since the renewed heat derived from below would...of the precious metals, gold, silver, and copper, an well as of tin, platinum, lead, and many others, a slight trace of copper in the Bath waters being...
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