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Zinc in evaporated apples /

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Series: Bulletin (United States. Division of Chemistry) ; no 48.

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Washington, D.C. :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Chemistry,1896.

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Apples , Chemistry, Analytic , Dried foods , Dried fruit , Drying , United States , Zinc

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Zinc in evaporated apples /

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Series: Bulletin (United States. Division of Chemistry) ; no 48.

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Wiley, Harvey Washington, 1844-1930

United States. Division of Chemistry.
United States. Department of Agriculture.

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Book

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Published material

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Washington, D.C. :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Chemistry,1896.

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At head of title: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Division of Chemistry.

Contents: Investigations and analyses heretofore made. pp. 7.

Contents: Sulphuring apples--objects. pp. 8.

Contents: Process of evaporating fruits. pp. 10.

Contents: Superiority of American evaporated fruits. pp. 11.

Contents: Restrictions of trade in evaporated apples. pp. 12.

Contents: Analyses undertaken by the Department. pp. 15.

Contents: Action of the imperial governmnet. pp. 16.

Contents: Collection of samples at New York factories -- Views of dealers in evaporated apples. pp. 20.

Contents: Methods of analysis. pp. 23.

Contents: Hefelmann's method of detecting zinc in evaporated apples -- Niederstadt's method of determining zinc. pp. 24.

Contents: Legler's improved process -- Filsinger's method. pp. 25.

Contents: Methods of analyses employed in the laboratory of the Division of Chemistry. pp. 25.

Contents: Examination of the galvinized iron wire used in making the trays. pp. 32.

Contents: Zinc as a natural content of apples. pp. 34.

Contents: Substituion of other material for galvanized iron wire in the manufacture of trays. pp. 34.

Contents: Summary. pp. 35.

Contents: Index. pp. 37.

Subjects

Apples , Chemistry, Analytic , Dried foods , Dried fruit , Drying , United States , Zinc

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LCCN: agr09001085
NAL: 1 C42B no. 48 1896
OCLC: 808841806

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TY - BOOK
TI - Zinc in evaporated apples /
VL - no.48
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/133424
PB - U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Chemistry,
CY - Washington, D.C. :
PY - 1896
N1 - At head of title: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Division of Chemistry. --- Investigations and analyses heretofore made. pp. 7. --- Sulphuring apples--objects. pp. 8. --- Process of evaporating fruits. pp. 10. --- Superiority of American evaporated fruits. pp. 11. --- Restrictions of trade in evaporated apples. pp. 12. --- Analyses undertaken by the Department. pp. 15. --- Action of the imperial governmnet. pp. 16. --- Collection of samples at New York factories -- Views of dealers in evaporated apples. pp. 20. --- Methods of analysis. pp. 23. --- Hefelmann's method of detecting zinc in evaporated apples -- Niederstadt's method of determining zinc. pp. 24. --- Legler's improved process -- Filsinger's method. pp. 25. --- Methods of analyses employed in the laboratory of the Division of Chemistry. pp. 25. --- Examination of the galvinized iron wire used in making the trays. pp. 32. --- Zinc as a natural content of apples. pp. 34. --- Substituion of other material for galvanized iron wire in the manufacture of trays. pp. 34. --- Summary. pp. 35. --- Index. pp. 37.
AU - Wiley, Harvey Washington,
AU - United States. Division of Chemistry.
AU - United States. Department of Agriculture.
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KW - Dried foods
KW - Dried fruit
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KW - United States
KW - Zinc
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