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" ... waters of Bath are far from being conspicuous among European hot springs for the quantity of mineral matter contained in them in proportion to the water which acts as a solvent ; yet Professor Ramsay has calculated that if the sulphates of lime and... "
The Mining and Smelting Magazine - Seite 205
1864
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The Sanitary Review, Band 1

1864
...has calculated that if the sulphates of lime and of toda, and the cblorides of sodinm and magnesinm, and the other mineral ingredients which they contain,...solidified, they would form in one year a square column 0 feet in diameter, and no less than 140 feet in height. All this matter is now quietly conveyed by...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

James Mason - 1865
...his admirable Address, just quoted, drew a comparison between the hot spring and the volcano, adding, "the thermal waters of Bath are far from being conspicuous...solidified, they would form in one year a square column 9 ft. in diameter, and no less than 140 ft. in height. All this matter is now quietly conveyed by a stream...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1865
...solvent; yet Professor Ramsay has calculated that if the sulphates of lime and soda, and the chlorids of sodium and magnesium, and the other mineral ingredients...quietly conveyed by a stream of limpid water, in an in visible form, to the Avon, and by the Avon to the sea; but if, instead of being thus removed, it...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1865
...solvent; yet Professor Ramsay has calculated that if the sulphates of lime and soda, and the chlorids of sodium and magnesium, and the other mineral ingredients...quietly conveyed by a stream of limpid water, in an in visible form, to the Avon, and by the Avon to the sea; but if, instead of being thus removed, it...
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Annual Meetings: Proceedings Etc.]

1864
...magnesium, and the other mineral ingredients which they contain, were solidified, they would form in onu year a square column 9 feet in diameter, and no less than 110 feet in height. All this matter is now quietly conveyed by a stream of limpid water, in an invisible...
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Transactions of the Albany Institute, Band 5

Albany Institute - 1867
...acts as a solvent. Yet if the sulphates of lime and soda, and the chlorides of sodium and magnesia and other mineral ingredients which they contain were...in one year a square column 9 feet in diameter and 140 feet high." If we apply this calculation to all mineral springs, as well as rivers loaded with...
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The Gallery of Geography: A Pictorial and Descriptive Tour of the World, Band 1

Thomas Milner - 1872 - 1146 Seiten
...chlorides of sodium and magnesium. Professor Ramsay has calculated that if the mineral ingredients were solidified, they would form in one year a square column 9 feet in diameter, and no less than 140 foct high. No thermal waters occur in Scotland, nor are they known in England north of Buxton in the...
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Medical Times and Gazette, Band 1

1865
...and the chlorides of sodium and magnesium, and the other mineral ingredients which the waters of Bath contain, were solidified, they would form in one year a square column, nine feet in diameter, and not less than 140 feet in height. All this matter, argues the writer, is...
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