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Assaying. by Charles Howard Aaron

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Published by The Mining and Scientific Press in San Francisco .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Assaying,
  • Silver -- Metallurgy

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LC ClassificationsTN550 A22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17142804M

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Practical Metallurgy And Assaying: A Text-book For The Use Of Teachers, Students, And Assayers - Primary Source Edition Paperback – February 3, by Arthur Horseman Hiorns (Author)Author: Arthur Horseman Hiorns. a text-book of assaying: for the use of those connected with mines. by c. and j. j. beringer. revised by j. j. beringer, assoc. of the royal school of mines; fellow of the chemical society and of the inst. of chemistry; principal of the camborne mining school; and late public analyst for the county of cornwall. with numerous diagrams and tables. Bruno Kerl, 5 books Johann Andreas Cramer, 4 books Brown, Walter Lee, 4 books Ercker, Lazarus, 3 books Juan de Arfe y Villafañe, 2 books John Stewart Remington, 2 books Richard W. Lodge, 2 books James Moir, 2 books Edward N. Kent, 2 books Pierre de Peyster Ricketts, 2 books Theodor Bodemann, 2 books George Washington Miller, 2 books Oscar M. Assaying has for its object the determination of the quantities of those constituents of a material which add to or detract from its value in the arts and manufactures. The methods of assaying are mainly those of analytical chemistry, and are limited by various practical considerations to the determination of the constituent of a small parcel, which is frequently only a few grains, and rarely.