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" I scratched the initials of my name rudely on the plate, taking special care that the cement was quite removed from the scratches, that the copper might be thoroughly exposed. This was put in action in a cylindrical glass vessel, about half filled with... "
Mechanics' Magazine - Page 51
1840
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 32

1840
...removed from the scratches, that the copper might be thoroughly exposed. This was put in action in a cylindrical glass vessel about half filled with a...argand burner, and filled one end of it with plaster of Paru to the depth of three-quarters of an inch. In this I put some water, adding a few crystals of...
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The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, Volume 32

1840
...pnt in action in a cylindrical glass vessel about half filled with a saturated solution of sulphate1 of copper. I then took a common gas glass, similar...one end of it with plaster of Paris to the depth of thvee-quarters of an inch. In this I put some water, adding a few crystals of sulphate of soda to excite...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 32

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1840
...removed from the scratches, that the copper might be thoroughly exposed. This was put in action in a cylindrical glass vessel about half filled with a...common gas glass, similar to that used to envelope! an argund burner, and filled one end of it with plaster of Paris to the depth of three-quarters of an...
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The Mechanic and Chemist

g. berger - 1840
...copper might be thoroughly exposed. This was put in action in a cylindrical glass vessel, about FIG half filled with a saturated solution of sulphate of copper. I then took a common' gas-glass, similar to that used to envelope an Argand burner, and filled one end of it with plaster...
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The Magazine of Science, and Schools of Art, Volume 1

1842
...removed from the scratches, that the copper might be thoroughly exposed. This was put in action, in a cylindrical glass vessel about half filled with a...one end of it with plaster of Paris, to the depth of } of an inch. In this I put some water, adding a few crystals of sulphate of soda, to excite action,...
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A Manual of Electro-metallurgy: Including the Applications of the Art to ...

James Napier - 1860 - 166 pages
...removed from the scratches, that the copper might be thoroughly exposed. This was put in action in a cylindrical glass vessel, about half filled with a...Paris, to the depth of three-quarters of an inch. Into this I put water, adding a few crystals of sulphate of soda to excite action, the plaster of Paris...
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A Manual of Electro-metallurgy: Including the Applications of the Art to ...

James Napier - 1860 - 166 pages
...removed from the scratches, that the copper might be thoroughly exposed. This was put in action ia a cylindrical glass vessel, about half filled with a saturated solution of sulphate of copper. 1 then took a common gas glass, similar to that used to envelope an argand burner, and filled one end...
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The Practical Metal-worker's Assistant ...: With the Application of the Art ...

Oliver Byrne - 1864 - 646 pages
...removed from the scratches, that the copper might be thoroughly exposed. This was put in action in a cylindrical glass vessel, about half filled with a...Paris, to the depth of three-quarters of an inch. Into this I put water, adding a few crystals of sulphate of soda to excite action, the plaster of Paris...
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The Practical Metal-workers' Assistant: ...: With the Application of the Art ...

Oliver Byrne - 1874 - 683 pages
...removed from the scratches, that the copper might be thoroughly exposed. This was put in action in a cylindrical glass vessel, about half filled with a...Paris, to the depth of three-quarters of an inch. Into this I put water, adding a few crystals of sulphate of soda to excite action, the plaster of Paris...
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A Manual of Electro-metallurgy: Including the Applications of the Art to ...

James Napier - 1876 - 216 pages
...removed from the scratches, that the copper might be thoroughly exposed. This was put in action in a cylindrical glass vessel, about half filled with a...then took a common gas glass, similar to that used to envelop an argand burner, and filled one end of it with plaster of Paris, to the depth of three-quarters...
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