Analysis of and Formula for Making, - Analysis of Robert Peter, 1850. (Parts in One Thousand.)

Analysis.

I.

II.

Sodium carbonate ..............

- ...............

0.0140

Calcium carbonate ..............

0.3850........

0.3184

Magnesium carbonate............

0.0022........

0.0211

Iron carbonate (with alumina and calcium phosphate).......

0.0058........

0.0038

Potassium sulphate ..............

0.1519........

-

Calcium sulphate ..............

0.5533........

0.5508

Strontium sulphate ..............

- ...............

0.0011

Barium sulphate ..............

- ........

0.0002

Sodium biborate ..............

- ........

0.0298

Sodium chloride ..............

8.3473........

8.3571

Calcium chloride ..............

-

0 0606

Potassium chloride..............

0.0227........

0.1860

Lithium chloride ..............

- .....

0.0060

Magnesium chloride ..............

0.5272........

0.4864

Magnesium bromide .............

0.0039........

0.0195

Magnesium iodide ..............

0.0007........

0.0003

Sodium sulphide...............

- ...............

0.0307

Silica.........................

0.0179........

0.0149

Organic matter. Loss.........

0.2821........

0.4573

Total......

10.3000........

10.5580

Sulphuretted hydrogen............

..................

.0.3947

Carbonic acid...................

...................

.0.3547

Imitation.

For 10 gallons of wate=80 lbs.

I.

Potassium sulphate.............. 93.3 grains

Sodium chloride................ 4921.5 "

Sodium carbonate............... 510.8 "

Potassium chloride............... 13.9 "

Sodium silicate................ 22.1 "

Sodium bromide................ 2.7 "

Sodium iodide................. 0.5 "

Magnesium chloride............... 326.6 "

Calcium chloride................ 192.3 "

Calcium sulphate, praecip............ 429.9 "

Iron chloride.................. 3.7 "

Acid hydrosulphuric, liq............63098.9 "

II.

Sodium carbonate...............587.3 grains

Borax...................... 18.3 "

Sodium chloride.................. 4878.7 "

Potassium chloride............... 114.3 "

Sodium silicate................. 18.4 "

Sodium bromide................. 13.4 "

Sodium iodide.................. 0.21 "

Calcium chloride................ 253.5 "

Lithium chloride................ 3.7 "

Magnesium chloride............... 319.3 "

Lime sulphate, praecip........... 428.0 "

Iron chloride.................. 2.5 "

Sodium sulphide................ 18.9 "

The proportion of strontium sulphate, 0.68, and barium sulphate, 0.12, lias been left out, being too infinitesimal and difficult to dissolve.