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" ... stones with a solution of the water-glass. It is well known that the affinity of silica for alkali is so feeble that it may be separated from this base by the weakest acids, even by carbonic acid. According to the expectation of those who recommend... "
The Chemical Gazette, Or, Journal of Practical Chemistry, in All Its ... - Pagina 218
geredigeerd door - 1854
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 57

1854
...Royal Agricultural Society, vol. xiv., part 1. that it may be separated from this base by the weakost acids, even by carbonic acid. According to the expectation...magnesia enters notably into the composition of the building stone, then an additional chemical action, also protective of the stone, is expected to take...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 57

1854
...Agricultural Society, vol. xlv., part 1. that it may be separated from this base by the weakest acids, evon by carbonic acid. According to the expectation of...magnesia enters notably into the composition of the building stone, then an additional chemical action, also protective of the stone, is expected to take...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

James Mason - 1855
...Water-glass has been applied to several important purposes, three of which were specially noticed. 1. To protect Building-stones from decay. — The stone...magnesia enters notably into the composition of the building- stone, then an additional chemical action, * Quarterly Journal of Chemical Society, July...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - 1855
...Water-glass has been applied to several important purposes, three of which were specially noticed. . 1. To protect Building-stones from decay. — The stone...The points of contact of these particles will thus he enlarged, and a sort of glazing of insoluble silica will be formed, sufficient to protect the stone...
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The Mining Magazine: Devoted to Mines, Mining Operations ..., Volume 8

1857
...this base by the weakest acids. According to the expectation of those who recommend the silication of stone, the carbonic acid of the atmosphere will...be formed, sufficient to protect the stone against moisture, &c. Two portions of Caen stone were exhibited, one of which had been soaked in a solution...
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Chemistry, Theoretical, Practical, and Analytical: As Applied and ..., Volume 2

Sheridan Muspratt - 1853
...physical or chemical causes, it has been proposed to saturate the surface of the stones with a solution of water-glass. It is well known that the affinity of...silica will be formed, sufficient to protect the stone from the effects of moisture, et cetera. This cause of protection applies chiefly to sandstones. But...
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