The Art of Paper-making: A Practical Handbook of the Manufacture of Paper from Rags, Esparto, Straw, and Other Fibrous Materials, Including the Manufacture of Pulp from Wood Fibre : with a Description of the Machinery and Appliances Used : to which are Added Details of Processes for Recovering Soda from Waste Liquors

C. Lockwood, 1890 - 260 páginas

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Página iv - ELECTRO-DEPOSITION : A Practical Treatise on the Electrolysis of Gold, Silver, Copper, Nickel, and other Metals and Alloys. With descriptions of Voltaic Batteries, Magneto and Dynamo-Electric Machines, Thermopiles, and of the Materials and Processes used in every Department of the Art, and several Chapters on Electro- Metallurgy. By ALEXANDER WATT, Author of "Electro-Metallurgy,
Página iv - From this book both amateur and artisan may learn everything necessary for the successful prosecution of electroplating.
Página iv - THE ART OF SOAP-MAKING. A Practical Handbook of the Manufacture of Hard and Soft Soaps, Toilet Soaps, &c. Including many New Processes, and a Chapter on the Recovery of Glycerine from Waste Leys. By ALEXANDER WATT.
Página iv - Eminently a book for the practical worker in electro-deposition. It contains practical descriptions of methods, processes and materials, as actually pursued and used in the workshop."— Engineer, ELECTRO-METALLURGY.
Página 202 - Dalton, all substances combine in definite proportions or " equivalents " ; thus, 1 part by weight of hydrogen combines with 8 parts by weight of oxygen to form water.
Página 110 - ... as it is called, with animal size in the manner described. Respecting the drying of paper after it has been tubsized there seems to be some difference of opinion as to whether it is...
Página 162 - ... of the same temperature as the air. The paper is afterwards washed with weak ammonia. This process, which has been extensively worked by Messrs. De la Rue and Co., produces a far better material than the foregoing. Mill and Card-board. — In the manufacture of boards refuse materials of all...
Página 215 - Arts voted their gold medal to the author of the above formula. 2. Add a little solution of acetate of lead to a decoction of madder, to throw down the brown colouring matter, filter, add a solution of tin or alum, precipitate with a solution of carbonate of soda or of potassa, and otherwise proceed as before.
Página iv - Mr. Watt's book is a thoroughly practical treatise on an art which has almost no literature In our language.
Página 216 - Ib., dissolved in water, 1 gallon, observing not to add the latter solution when it ceases to produce an effervescence or a precipitate.

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