2 edition of Elements Of Agricultural Chemistry - In A Course Of Lectures found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||March 15, 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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Acts and laws passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of the state of Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England
It had a saline taste, and a disagreeable smell, and contained some acetate and carbonate of ammonia.
It forms an excellent dressing for turnip crops ; and is most ceconomically applied by being thrown into the soil at the same time with the seed. cubical inches of carbonic acid, the remainder was hydrocarbonate mixed with some azote, probably no more than existed in the common air in the receiver.
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Stannard's booklabel and ink ms. The fluid matter collected in the receiver at the same time amounted to nearly half an ounce. They are the most impressive effects occasioned by this agent ; and they offer illustrations of lightning and thunder. It has been shown by experiments. org Scandate 20170928143940 Scanner scribe1.
siliceous ; and in this case, and in analogous cases, the portions different from each other should be separately submitted to experiment.
Spottiswoode Includes bibliographical references and indexes extracted picklist SCNHRB copy 39088012038659 has bookplate: Smithsonian Institution Libraries.
The book is of interest because of its pioneering nature, and it went through a number of editions; but its value must be said to lie more in the impulse it gave toward the application of scientific methods in agriculture than in any of the theories advanced.