Glue, Gelatine and Their Allied Products: A Practical Handbook for the Manufacturer, Agriculturist, and Student of Technology

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C. Griffin & Company, 1905 - Gelatin - 153 pages
 

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Page 46 - It is proper to observe, that the glue used in this experiment was newly made, and the season very dry; for in some former experiments on this substance, made in the winter season, and upon some glue which had been frequently made, with occasional additions of glue and water, he obtained a result of 350 to 500 Ibs.
Page 127 - Lindo-Gladding method, omitting in all cases the addition of ammonium hydroxid and ammonium oxalate. (3) DETERMINATION. Dilute 25 cc of the solution made as directed under (2) (50 cc if less than 10 per cent of potassium oxid be present) to 150 cc, heat to 100 C., and add, drop by drop, with constant stirring, a slight excess of barium chlorid solution.

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