1 edition of Hardinge on the original formation of gold, from its primary silicious and sulphurous oxyds found in the catalog.
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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Elements of Chemistry,, by Antoine Lavoisier This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You. Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] MANUAL OF MINERALOGY, INCLUDING OiBSERVATIONS ON MINES, ROCKS, REDUIJTION OF ORES, AND THI IPPlI ATIONS OFTHE SCIENTE TO THE AET, WITH LLUSTRATIONS, DESIGNED FOR'THE USE S AND -COLLEGES. BY JAMES D. DANA, A. M. femnberof the Soc. Ces. .
Page I MANUAL OF M IN ERALO GY, INCLUDING OBSERVATIONS ON MINES, ROCKS, REDUCTION OF ORES, AND THE APPLICATIONS OF THE SCIENCE TO THE ARTS, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS, DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES BY JAMES D. DANA, A. M., Member of the Soc. Caes. Nat. Cur. of Moscow, the Soc. Philomathique et . Of the Dccompfition of Oxygen Gas by means of Metals, and the Formation of Metallic Oxyds. OXYGEN has a ftronger affinity with me- tals that are heated to a certain degree, than with caloric. In confequence of this^ all metallic bodies, excepting gold, filver, and da- tma, have the property of decompofing oxy- gen gas, by attra-aing its bafe.
3. Malleable: when slices may be cut off, and these slices will flatten out under the hammer. Example, native gold and silver., Flexible: when the mineral will bend, and remain bent after the bending force is removed. Example, talc. 5. Elastic: when after being bent, it will spring back to its original position. Example, mica.
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Contributor: Hardinge, Benjamin Date: ; Collection Herbert Block papers. Lead-silver or lead-silver-gold ores are those which carry lead in such quantity that when the lead is recovered from them by smelting, the precious metals taken up by it can be later easily removed from the Copper-silver, copper-silver-gold, or copper-gold ores, when smelted, yield their copper, and this, like lead, takes up the precious metals.
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ELEMENTS. CHEMISTRY. CHAP. Of the Combinations of Caloric, and the Formation of Elastic Ariform Fluids. That every body, whether solid or fluid, is augmented in all its dimensions by any increase of its sensible heat, was long ago fully established as a physical axiom, or universal proposition, by the celebrated Boerhaave.
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