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" ... descends through rents or porous rocks till it encounters some mass of heated matter by which it is converted into steam, and then driven upwards through a fissure. In its downward passage the water may derive its sulphate of lime, chloride of calcium,... "
The Mining and Smelting Magazine - Seite 207
1864
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ..., Band 10

1864
...rain-water, we may imagine the supply of this water to be furnished by some mountainous region, possibly a distant one, and that it descends through rents...in excess, that is, 14 grains of it per gallon for ii of common salt ; whereas in sea-water there are 17 grains of salt, or chloride of sodium, to 4 of...
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The Sanitary Review, Band 1

1864
...constituents of the rocks which it permeates. The greater part of the ingredients are common to aea-water, and might suggest the theory of a marine origin ;...of it per gallon for 12 of common salt ; whereas in sea-water there are 27 grains of salt, or chloride of sodinm, to 4 of the cbloride of magnesinm. That...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865
...through rents or porous rocks till it encounters some mass of heated matter by which it is eonverted into steam, and then driven upwards through a fissure....of it per gallon for 12 of common salt : whereas in sea-water there are 27 grains of salt, or chloride of sodium, to four of the chloride of magnesium....
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1865
...upward through a fissure. In its downward passage, the water may derive its sulphate of lime, chlorid of calcium, and other substances from the decomposition...matter is far from agreeing with that of the sea, the chlorid of magnesium being absolutely in excess, that is, 14 grains of it per gallon for 12 of common...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1865
...the decomposition of the gypseous, saline, calcareous, and other constituents of the rocks which.it permeates. The greater part of the ingredients are...solid matter is far from agreeing with that of the lea, the chloride of magnesium being absolutely in excess, that is, 14 grains of it per gallon for...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Band 16

1866
...rain-water, we may imagine the supply of this water to be furnished by some mountainous region, possibly a distant one, and that it descends through rents...of it per gallon for 12 of common salt ; whereas in sea-water there are 27 grains of salt, or chloride of sodium, to four of the chloride of magnesium....
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Annual Meetings: Proceedings Etc.]

1864
...derive its sulphate of lime, chloride of calcium, and other substances from the decomposition of tho gypseous, saline, calcareous, and other constituents...that the relative proportion of the solid matter is fur from agreeing with that of the sea, the chloride of magnesium being absolutely in excess, that...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865
...rain-water, we may imagine the supply of this water to be furnished by some mountainous region, possibly a distant one, and that it descends through rents...of it per gallon for 12 of common salt : whereas in sea-water there are 27 grains of salt, or chloride of sodium, to four of the chloride of magnesium....
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Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Band 71

1865
...into steam and then driven upwards through a fissure. In its downward passage the water may derive ita sulphate of lime, chloride of calcium, and other substances...it per gallon for 1'2 of common salt ; whereas, in sea-water, there are 27 grains of common salt, or chloride of sodium, to 4 of the chloride of magnesium....
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Band 34,Teil 1864

1865
...rain-water, we may imagine the supply of this water to be furnished by some mountainous region, possibly a distant one, and that it descends through rents...of it per gallon for 12 of common salt ; whereas in sea-water there are 27 grains of salt, or chloride of sodium, to 4 of the chloride of magnesium. That...
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