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" Prussian blue of a darker or a paler tint, placed beyond a doubt by a positive demonstration ; for Mr Fortune has forwarded from the north of China, for the Industrial Exhibition, specimens of these materials, which from their appearance, there can be... "
A Journey to the Tea Countries of China: Including Sung-Lo and the Bohea ... - Pagina 95
door Robert Fortune - 1852 - 398 pagina’s
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 51

1851
...has forwarded from the north of China, for the Industrial Exhibition, specimens of these materials, which from their appearance, there can be no hesitation...was then attributed possibly to the employment of kaolen or agalmatolite. Mr JR Reeves, in a letter to my friend Mr Thomson, dated July 1, 1844, commenting...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 51

1851
...has forwarded from the north of China, for the Industrial Exhibition, specimens of these materials, which from their appearance, there can be no hesitation...was then attributed possibly to the employment of kaolen or agalmatolite. Mr JR Reeves, in a letter to my friend Mr Thomson, dated July 1, 1844, commenting...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, Volume 95

1852
...Apothecaries' Hall, as being composed of fibrous gypsum (calcined), turmeric-root, and Prussian-blue; the latter of a bright, pale tint, most likely from...admixture may account for the alumina and silica found previously, and attributed possibly to the employment of kaolin or agalmatalite. According to Mr. Warrington,...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 95

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1852
...Apothecaries' Hall, as being composed of fibrous gypsum (calcined), turmeric-root, and Prussian-blue; the latter of a bright, pale tint, most likely from...admixture may account for the alumina and silica found previously, and attributed possibly to the employment of kaolin or agalmatalite. According to Mr. Warrington,...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 95

1852
...Apothecaries' Hall, as being composed of fibrous gypsum (calcined), turmeric-root, and Prussian-blue; the. latter of a bright, pale tint, most likely from admixture with alumina, or porciEflaift.cray, which admixture may account for the alumina and silica found, previously, and attributed...
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Cyclopędia of useful arts & manufactures, ed. by C. Tomlinson. 9 divs, Volume 8

Cyclopaedia - 1852
...Prussian blue ; the latter, judging from the specimen sent by Mr. Fortune to the Great Exhibition, " being of a bright pale tint, most likely from admixture with alumina or porcelain clay." Indigo also appears to be occasionally used as a colouring matter. Other writers affirm,...
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The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal: Exhibiting a Concise ..., Volume 79

1853
...materials, which, from their appearance, are undoubtedly fibrous gypsum calcined, turmeric root, andPrussian blue ; the latter of a bright pale tint, most likely from admixture with alumina or porcelain clay. Alumina and silica were found in the former analysis, and their presence was attributed...
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What We Eat: An Account of the Most Common Adulterations of Food and Drink ...

Thomas H. Hoskins - 1861 - 218 pagina’s
...higher price." Mr. Warrington, whom I have quoted before, in a paper read before the Chemical Society, says: — " Mr. Fortune has forwarded from the north...pale tint, most likely from admixture with alumina or porcelain clay." These pigmentary adulterations are easily recognized, and when a genuine green tea...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 45

1852
...has forwarded from the north of China for the Industrial Exhibition, specimens of these materials, which from their appearance, there can be no hesitation...found as stated in my previous paper, and the presence ol which was then attributed possibly to the employment of kaolin or agalmatolite. Mr. JR Reeves, in...
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The Chemist: A Monthly Journal of Chemical Philosophy, Volume 2

1851
...has forwarded, from the nortl of China, for the Industrial Exhibition, specimens of these materials, which from their appearance, there can be no hesitation...of a bright pale tint, most likely from admixture wilh alumina or porcelainclay, which admixture may account for the alumina andsilica found as stated...
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