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" Iron coated with tin or lead may be treated in a similar manner. Another method of coating iron with copper is to place in a crucible a quantity of chloride of copper, upon which is laid the iron to be coated, and over that a quantity of charcoal. The... "
Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ... - Page 179
1852
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 55

Industrial arts - 1851
...acid, 112 parts oxide of lead, and 16 parts silica) placed on its surface ; the iron is then to be plunged into the molten metal, and retained there...is deposited on it. Iron coated with tin or lead, or amalgamated as before described, may be also treated in a similar manner. Another method of coating...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 55

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1851
...acid, 112 parts oxide of lead, and 16 parts silica) placed on its surface ; the iron is then to be plunged into the molten metal, and retained there...is deposited on it. Iron coated with tin or lead, or amalgamated as before described, may be also treated in a similar manner. Another method of coating...
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Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 55

Technology - 1851
...acid, 112 parts oxide of lead, and 16 parts silica) placed on its surface ; the iron is then to be plunged into the molten metal, and retained there...is deposited on it. Iron coated with tin or lead, or amalgamated as before described, may be also treated in a similar manner. Another method of coating...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - Science - 1854
...suitable vessel, and a stratum of borosilieate of lead placed on its surface ; the iron is then to be plunged into the molten metal, and retained there...until a coating is deposited on it. Iron coated with the tin or lead may be treated in a similar manner. Another method of coating iron with copper is to...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - Science - 1854
...suitable vessel, and a stratum of borosilicate of lead placed on its surface ; the iron is then to be plunged into the molten metal, and retained there...until a coating is deposited on it. Iron coated with the tin or lead may be treated in a similar manner. Another method of coating iron with copper is to...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 36

1857
...suitable vessel, and a stratum of boroeilicate of lead placed OD its Borface ; the iron is then to be plunged into the molten metal, and retained there...until a coating is deposited on it. Iron coated with the tin or lead may be treated in a similar manner. Another method of coating iron with copper is to...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 36

Commerce - 1857
...suitable vessel, and a stratum of borosilicatc of lead placed on its surface; the iron is then to be plunged into the molten metal, and retained there...until a coating is deposited on it. Iron coated with the tin or lead may be treated in a similar manner. Another method of coating iron with copper is to...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 36

Commerce - 1857
...borosilicate of lead placed on its surface ; the iron is then to be plunged into the molten шеЫ, aad retained there until a coating is deposited on it. Iron coated with the tin or lead may be treated in a similar manner. Another method of coating iron with copper is to...
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Hunt's Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 36

Freeman Hunt - Commerce - 1857
...into the molten metal, and retained there nntil a coating is deposited on it. Iron coated with the tin or lead may be treated in a similar manner. Another...quantity of charcoal. The crucible is then submitted to a red-heat and the chloride of copper fused, and a coating of copper deposited on the iron — or the...
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The Chemist: A Monthly Journal of Chemical Philosophy, Volume 2

Chemistry - 1851
...acid, 112 parts oxide of lead, and 16 parts silica) placed on its surface ; the iron is then to be plunged into the molten metal, and retained there...is deposited on it. Iron coated with tin or lead, or amalgamated as before described, may be also treated in a similar manner. Another method of coating...
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