Usage examples for carbonate

  1. Sodium hypochlorite, made by passing chlorine into solutions of caustic soda, or by the decomposition of bleach by sodium carbonate, has also been used and preparations of this character have been sold under such names as Eau de Javelle, Labarraque solution, chloros, and chlorozone. – Chlorination of Water by Joseph Race
  2. The following ointment is commonly recommended: potassium sulfide ten parts, potassium carbonate two parts, and lard three hundred parts. – Common Diseases of Farm Animals by R. A. Craig, D. V. M.
  3. The lid, therefore, is composed solely of carbonate of lime and of an organic cement, no doubt of an albuminous character, which gives consistency to the chalky paste. – The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles by Jean Henri Fabre
  4. If either of the latter be used, there will be formed sulphate of potash and a carbonate of the metal used, and there will also be a considerable effervescence of carbonic acid, which will, if care is not taken, cause the mixture to run over the vessel. – American Handbook of the Daguerrotype by Samuel D. Humphrey
  5. Carbonate of lime, therefore, can rarely be precipitated at the bottom of the sea by chemical action alone, but must be produced by vital agency as in the case of coral reefs. – The Student's Elements of Geology by Sir Charles Lyell
  6. Thus the carbonate has been dissolved out more rapidly, and in addition descending waters carrying the phosphate have frequently deposited it to pick up the carbonate. – The Economic Aspect of Geology by C. K. Leith
  7. All parts of the plant contain much carbonate of potash; and the fruit, or seed, furnishes a fixed oil in abundance. – Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure by William Thomas Fernie
  8. Carbonate of Ammonia, four ounces; Pulv. – The Veterinarian by Chas. J. Korinek
  9. Her fluid excrements will contain carbonate of potash and soda, together with compounds of the same bases with inorganic acids. – Familiar Letters of Chemistry by Justus Liebig
  10. They consist of phosphate and carbonate of lime with a small proportion of organic matter, and result from the chemical action of bacteria on the saliva. – Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition. by Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson
  11. Or, to take a more familiar example, the fur on the inside of a tea- kettle is carbonate of lime; and, for anything chemistry tells us to the contrary, the chalk might be a kind of gigantic fur upon the bottom of the earth- kettle, which is kept pretty hot below. – Autobiography and Selected Essays by Thomas Henry Huxley
  12. The scouring agents generally used are the same as those used in loose wool scouring, namely, carbonate of soda for coarse woollen yarns, soap and soda for medium yarns, and soap and ammonia for fine yarns. – The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics by Franklin Beech
  13. To boil them in soft water will preserve the color best of such as are green; if you have only hard water, put to it a teaspoonful of carbonate of potash. – A Poetical Cook-Book by Maria J. Moss
  14. The Springs all contain a moderate quantity of carbonate of soda and minor ingredients, and some also iron and Glauber's salts. – The Truth About America by Edward Money
  15. The following processes are the most employed: Prepare three solutions as follows: A. Ferric sulphate 5 parts Water 100 parts B. Sodium carbonate 2 parts Water 100 parts C. Gallic acid 5 parts Water 100 parts Dissolve the gallic acid in warm water. – Photographic Reproduction Processes by P.C. Duchochois
  16. The new carbonate beds chanced to lie within easy rifle- shot of the summit of Plug Pass; in other words, they were precisely on the line of the extension survey of the narrow gauge. – Empire Builders by Francis Lynde
  17. Ammonium carbonate has been used to some extent, but is very seldom used at the present time. – Human Foods and Their Nutritive Value by Harry Snyder