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- n. Plural form of tungstate.
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True, in the august presence of rhombohedral crystals, retinasphaltic resins, gehlenites, Fassaites, molybdenites, tungstates of manganese, and titanite of zirconium, why, the most facile of tongues may make a slip now and then.
~ -- The decomposition and solution of natural tungstates is difficult to effect owing to the separation of tungstic acid; the method of treatment is as follows: -- Boil the finely-powdered substance with hydrochloric acid or aqua regia till it apparently ceases to be attacked; dilute, filter, and wash with dilute hydrochloric acid.
Upon the first of these tables (38) are some new scientific varieties of mineral substances, in which the unscientific visitor will not take any interest; herein also are Oxides of Antimony, including white antimony from Bohemia; red antimony, or kermes, not to be mistaken for the ancient dye used by the old Greek and Roman dyers, which was obtained from the female _coccus illicis_; and tungstates of lime, lead, and of iron and manganese.
Yb: KGW and Yb: KYW laser crystals for direct diode pumping EKSMA OPTICS offers an attractive lasing materials ytterbium doped potassium tungstates, namely Yb: KYW and Yb: KGW.
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