Analysis of and Formula for Making. - Nassau, Germany. Analysis of Fresenius, 1869. (Parts in One Hundred Thousand.)

Analysis.

Potash sulphate....... 4.6300

Potassium chloride..... 1.7630

Soda carbonate....... 87.3873

Soda phosphate....... 0.0230

Soda nitrate......... 0.6110

Sodium chloride....... 233.4610

Sodium bromide....... 0.0909

Sodium iodide........ 0.0033

Lithia carbonate...... 0.3130

Ammonia carbonate..... 0.4690

Lime carbonate....... 30.8226

Baryta carbonate...... 0.0167

Strontia carbonate..... 0.2180

Magnesia carbonate..... 20.2190

Iron carbonate....... 0.3030

Manganese carbonate.... 0.0510

Alumine phosphate..... 0.0430

Silica........... 2.1250

Total......382.5498

Free carbonic acid 223.5428 parts, or 1183 Cm. in 1 liter (1000 grammes).

Carbonic acid combined with bicar-bonates 61.0306 parts.

Imitation. For 10 gallons of water = 80 lbs.

Grains.

Sodium iodide........ 0.020

Sodium bromide....... 0.56

Sodium phosphate..... 0.50

Potassium carbonate.... 2.6

Sodium nitrate....... 3.8

Potassium chloride..... 10.8

Potassium sulphate..... 25.2

Sodium silicate....... 26.5

Sodium carbonate........... 2417.6

Sodium chloride...... 1012.8

Barium chloride....... 0.13

Aluminium chloride..... 0.29

Strontium chloride..... 1.4

Ammonium chloride..... 3.2

Magnesium chloride..... 140.5

Calcium chloride...... 210.2

Lithium carbonate..... 1.9

Acid hydrochloride (muriatic) 13.7

Manganese sulphate..... 0.6

Iron sulphate........ 4.5

The natural selters water, which is put up in stone jugs, contains only about 1 1/2 volumes (20 to 25 lbs.) of carbonic acid gas, while the artificial or common selters is generally impregnated with 4 to 5 volumes (60 to 75 lbs.), and even more when in syphons.