|Statement||Tr. from the Latin. To which are added several notes and observations not in the original [by Cromwell Mortimer]. With an appendix containing a list of the chief authors that have been pub. in English upon minerals and metals.|
|Contributions||Mortimer, Cromwell, d. 1752, ed.|
|LC Classifications||TN550 .C88 1741|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||470|
|LC Control Number||06018930|
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Full text of "Elements of the art of assaying metals: in two parts : the whole deduced from the true properties and nature of fossils, confirmed by the most accurate and unquestionable experiments, explained in a natural order, and with the utmost clearness" See other formats. Put upon this as many half Ounces of granulated Copper, as there are Marks in the Mixture in the Crucible: But if there is already Copper in the Mixture ; do but compleat the Defici- ency of every Ounce: But if there is but one half Ounce Assaying Metals. Ounce of Copper in the Mixture, nothing mud . Fergunson, J.; Bibliotheca Chemica: a bibliography of books on alchemy, chemistry and pharmaceutics, Derek Verschoyle: Londres, , p. Elements of the Art of Assaying Metals J A Cramer. a text-book of assaying: for the use of those connected with mines. by c. and j. j. beringer. revised by j. j. beringer, assoc. of the royal school of mines; fellow of the chemical society and of the inst. of chemistry; principal of the camborne mining school; and late public analyst for the county of cornwall. with numerous diagrams and tables.
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