Chemical Technology: Or, Chemistry, Applied to the Arts and to Manufactures, Band 2

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Lea and Blanchard, 1849
 

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and 12 Section and elevation of Hohlglass furnace
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Glass pipe for blowing
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Marver
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Thread of glass wrapped round the neck
49
Slanting board for forming bottles 4J 22 23 and 24 Forming of flasks and retorts
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Window glass
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2829 30 31 and 32 Sheetglass cylinder blowing
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Cylinder opening to form windowglass
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and 36 Cutting off and opening the cylinder
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Polisher for flattened windowglass
58
Mr Hartleys arrangement of a flatting and annealingoven
59
ALUM MANUFACTURE FACE
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Francks American flatting and annealingfurnace
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Crown glass
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General view of crownglasshouse
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Plan and elevations of the furnace
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and 45 Chances crownglass furnace with cone 6566
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Marver for working the mass
66
E wings cutters for reducing the necks
67
Tube and shield to prevent wave lines in the bullion ON 51 Blowingfurnace for reheating pieces Ob 52 and 53 Process of bottoming the pieces
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5G Sheet of glass as opened at the flashingfurnace
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Details of flashing operations
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Plate glass
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and 64 Plateglass furnace
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Elevation 77 plan of crane for raising cuvettes
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and 79 Pulleys belonging to the crane
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80 81 82 and 83 Nicholson and Wadsworths annealingkilns
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84 85 86 and 87 Chances annealingovens carriages and shelves 82S3
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SS 89 and 90 Nicholson and Wadsworths grinding machines for plateglass S4 91 Nicholson and Wadsworths colcothar cylinder
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92 93 94 and 95 Plan elevation and section of plateglass polishingframes
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and 9S Rotary polishingrubbers for plates
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casting and polishing of
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Bessemers casting and rolling of plateglass
90
Glass moulds for pressing
98
Magouns improved glasspress for avoiding mould marks
99
and 109 Magouns press for indented ware
100
and 111 Annealingfurnace for flintglass
101
Trays on which pieces pass through the annealingoven
102
Machinery and operation of grinding flintglass
103
Inscribing initials on flint glass
104
Optical glasses
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and 118 Bontemps furnace and pot for optical flintglass
110
Henry M Paines lens perfecter
112
Colored glass
113
and 121 Section and plan of cobalt roastingfurnace
122
Melting furnace for making smalt
125
Artificial gems
129
and 124 Section and plan of furnace and muffle for burning paintedj
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126 127 and 128 Chances euamelingfumace for sheetglass 135136
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Incrustations gilding silvering c
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Bastenaire Daudenarts furnace for firing gildedglass
140
Soluble glass 117
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Materials yielding alum
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Furnaces for evaporating alum liquors
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Preparation of alum flower
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Removing staves from alumerystalizing casks
171
Alum prepared from clay
175
Steam pipe coils for concentrating alum liquors 17
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Green vitriol or copperas
181
CHINAWARE MANUFACTURE
218
Porcelain mill used at Sevres
222
Connecting clutch for the porcelain mill shaft
223
Throwing wheel for porcelain works
227
Gauge rule for height of pieces 2 2 7
228
Gypsum moulds for forming china plates
229
157 158 159160 and 161 forms and tools for moulding
230
Throwing wheel and turning gauge for smoothing plates
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164 165 166 and 167 moulds for catling pieces of porcelain
233
glazing of
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Charging the kilns and repairing of seggars
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and 171 Sevres porcelain furnace 239240
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Plan of at two elevations
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Porcelain paintings materials for
252
Stoneware
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Stoneware formingwheel
263
English potterswheel
264
Hanoverian stoneware bakingkiln
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185 186 and 187 Stoneware kiln for burning with wood 2
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Earthenware Fayence 271
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Block mill for grinding calcined flints and cornishstone 27S r 191 Clay or pug mill
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Cup moulding by machinery
281
198 199 and 200 Moulding of tobaccopipes
291
Arrangement of the pipes in seggars
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and 203 London kilns for tobaccopipes 293294
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and 205 Kiln for common earthenware
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Clay pipes or tubes
307
and 207 Reicheneckers machine for claytubes 308300
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Ground plan of cylinders and pump of Reicheneckers machine ters machine
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MANUFACTURE OF BRICKS
313
Henschels machine for working clay
317
Brick machines
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and 212 TerrasonFougeres brick machine 32i I
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Sawyers brick machine
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German roofingtile mould
327
Brick kilns
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Henschels brick kiln
329
Arrangement of bricks in Hellmans kiln
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Kills close brick kiln
331
Stone bricks
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220 221 and 222 Machines for moulding gas retorts 312
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224 225 and 226 Kiln for burning firebricks 345346
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GROUP IV
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Stalactites and stalagmites in caverns
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Lime burning 35i
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Lime kilns at Rodheim near Giessen Germany
357
and 230 Lime kilns in the neighborhood of Brunswick
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231 232 and 233 Section elevation and plan of a perpetual lime kiln 350
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Section of a range of perpetual lime kilns 301
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Slacking of lime
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GYPSUM AND MAGNESIA
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Hydraulic lime
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Col Tottens experiments on mortars and cements JJ94
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Twin crystals of sulphate of lime
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Magnesia 412
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Kiln for burning gypsum at Paris liI
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Barytes
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