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Essp (Zeitsch. angew. Chem. c. of coaldust. 50 the mass always remains porous ; the of coke is also an advantage in comparison with ordinary mixing coal. During work the damper must always be kept down as much as possible to avoid unnecessary entrance of air ; if this is not done the mass turns more liquid, evidently by the formation of polysulphides, and the furnace suffers much more. c. c. c. insoluble. c. infusibility Gossage and Matheson (Eng. Pat. ' The crude sulphide or sulphide * black-ash,' quantity of NaCl with the salt-cake.
Calcium silicate having thus been formed as above, the stones are transferred to boiling tanks heated by steam, and, after a sufficient time to complete the setting, are conveyed to washing tanks, in which they are subjected to the action of running water for a fortnight, to remove the whole of the sodium chloride. is Sodium sulphate, technically called 'sul' phate,' or salt-cake,' was first obtained by its discoverer, Glauber, as described by him in 1658, exactly in the same way as it is now, prepared by the decomposition of common salt by sulphuric acid.
Walker (Eng. Pat. 9760, 1887). Generally speaking, although mechanical salt-cake furnaces have been used for and have absorbed so much skill so many years j i ! ' and patience in their design, they have not been generally adopted, owing to the fact that their undoubted economy in labour and power of producing a more uniform salt-cake is more than balanced by the higher first cost, cost of repairs, and the difficulties of condensation. The direct process of manufacturing sodium sulphate from common salt, sulphurous acid, and j FIG.
A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by T E. Thorpe