The Techno-chemical Receipt Book: Containing Several Thousand Receipts, Covering the Latest, Most Important and Most Useful Discoveries in Chemical Technology, and Their Practical Application in the Arts and the Industries. Ed. Chiefly from the German Od Drs. Winckler, Elsner, Heintze [et Al.]
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Page 501 - Comprising Metallurgic Chemistry; the Arts of Working all Metals and Alloys; Forging of Iron and Steel ; Hardening and Tempering; Melting and Mixing; Casting and Founding ; Works in Sheet Metal; the Processes Dependent on the Ductility of the Metals; Soldering; and the most Improved Processes and Tools employed by Metalworkers. With the Application of the Art of Electro-Metallurgy to Manufacturing Processes; collected from Original Sources, and from the works of Holtzapffel, Bergeron, Leupold, Plumier,...