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In another moment he had revealed a fragment of decomposed quartz, like discolored honeycombed cheese, half filling the pan.

It was in a flexed position, head west, skull and the bones of the upper part of the body broken and decomposed.

And that on that account the atoms which he considers as the ultimate simple constituents of matter cannot be decomposed.

The fused salts conducted, and were decomposed; but hydrogen always appeared at the negative electrode.

The plants affect a sandy soil or one of decomposed granite.

Other solutions have been proposed, but this appears to be decomposed with the greatest ease.

He decomposed precious stones and succeeded only in making a gross calcareous substance.

The feldspar is decomposed with the resulting formation of epidote, which is quite prominent.

(b) The pyruvic acid is then decomposed by carboxylase yielding aldehyde and carbon dioxide (equation 2, p. 109).

Steam is decomposed by being made to pass through a retort filled with red-hot charcoal.

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