Mineral matters are inorganic, being chlorides, carbonates or phosphates of calcium, sodium and potassium.
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By a combination of phosphorus with sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium, the various phosphates are formed.
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The principal saline substances are common salt, the sulphates and phosphates of potassium, sodium, calcium, and magnesium.
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On the supposition that bone ash is pure calcium phosphate, what weight of it would be required in the preparation of 1 kg.
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The dinies' teeth weren't mere calcium phosphate, like other beasts.
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Calcium phosphate in Chincha guano, 305.
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The marine phosphate beds originally consist principally of calcium phosphate and calcium carbonate in varying proportions.
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Casein is combined with, and kept in solution by, lime, soda, and calcium phosphate, and its amount averages a little over 3 per cent.
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It is a very impure form of carbon, containing on the average about 80% of calcium phosphate.
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The most easily grown are the soluble salts of calcium in solutions of alkaline phosphates and carbonates, to which we have already alluded.
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It is a compound of calcium phosphate with calcium fluoride or chloride.
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AUTUNITE, a hydrous phosphate of uranium and calcium, crystallizing in the rhombic system in yellow plates.
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It contains about 15% of carbon and 85% of calcium phosphate.
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The bones, which now contain 5 to 6% of glue-forming nitrogen and about 60% of calcium phosphate, are next treated for glue.
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Salts, such as chlorides, phosphates of calcium, magnesium, and ammonium, occur in small quantities.
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Calcium phosphate and calcium sulphate in 2-gram doses proved harmless to a rabbit weighing about 1,400 grams.
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The coagulum formed in the case of milk includes fat and calcium phosphate.
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The precipitated phosphate is then well washed by decantation to remove calcium chloride.
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Calcium phosphate is much employed in treating rickets, and calcium chloride in haemoptysis and haemophylia.
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