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“Youâ€ ™ ve NEVER seen L. Frank Baumâ€ ™ s masterpiece like this beforeâ€ ¦”
“(Paris, 1807); Leçons de chymie de l'université de Montpellier où l'on explique les préparations avec la meilleure physique, et l'usage de chaque reméde fondé sur la meilleure pratique médecine (Paris, 1750); Pierre-Joseph Macquer and Antoine Baumé, Plan d'un cours de chymie expérimentale et raisonnée avec un discours historique sur la chymie (Paris, 1757); Benjamin Martin, A Course of Lectures in Natural and Experimental Philosophy, ...”
“Opoix's mémoire, like de la Follie's, initially met rejection at the Paris Academy of Sciences. 23 Despite endorsement by Macquer, who presented the mémoire and, in his Dictionnaire de chimie (1778, 2d ed.), acknowledged Opoix's explanations, the academicians who reviewed Opoix's paper (Etienne Mignot de Montigny, Antoine Baumé, and Jean-Baptiste Le Roy) found the explanation difficult to comprehend.”
“When the sugar is to be extracted, the dried cuttings are put into a series of closed vessels connected by pipes, and by a system of continuous filtration of warm water through these vessels the solution of sugar is obtained, of a density equal, I believe, to 25 degrees Baumè; it is”
The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom Considered in Their Various Uses to Man and in Their Relation to the Arts and Manufactures; Forming a Practical Treatise & Handbook of Reference for the Colonist, Manufacturer, Merchant, and Consumer, on the Cultivation, Preparation for Shipment, and Commercial Value, &c. of the Various Substances Obtained From Trees and Plants, Entering into the Husbandry of Tropical and Sub-tropical Regions, &c.
“As regards strengths of solution, in some factories the use of Baumé degrees is preferred, whilst in others Twaddell degrees are the custom, and we have therefore given the two figures in all cases.”
“The amount of sulphuric acid charged per twenty-four hours was about 5,000 kilogrammes of 50 degrees Baumé, which flowed off with a density of from 56 to 58 degrees Baumé.”
“It ranged between 300 and 1,000 kilogrammes of 60 degrees Baumé per twenty-four hours.”
“(NaHO), marking 1.30 to 1.45 by the Baumé areometer, the solvent being water.”
“(If by this the Baumé scale is intended, the corresponding specific gravity would be 1.037.)”
“Put into a large bottle, nearly filled with alcohol, at thirty-four degrees of Baumé (or thirty-six) the peels of six fine Portugal oranges, which are smooth skinned, and let them infuse for fifteen days.”
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