A Manual of Sugar Analysis: Including the Applications in General of Analytical Methods to the Sugar Industry. With an Introduction on the Chemistry of Cane-sugar, Dextrose, Levulose, and Milk-sugar
D. Van Nostrand, 1883 - 353 Seiten
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Seite 294 - ... acid, and the chloride of silver collected upon a filter and washed. Through the filtrate sulphuretted hydrogen was passed, the mixed sulphide of copper, lead, and gold collected upon a filter, treated with nitric acid, the acid solution evaporated to dryness, the residue taken up with water, and the solution filtered ; in the filtrate lead was detected, while the residue contained gold. With regard to this residue of gold, which has also. been alluded to in the text, it should be remarked that...