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The last fractions were lighter in color and apparently much purer than the first.SOME CONSTITUENTS OF THE POISON IVY PLANT: (RHUS TOXICODENDRON)WILLIAM ANDERSON SYME
The poison, if precipitated at all by lead acetate, must have gone down in one of the preceding fractions.SOME CONSTITUENTS OF THE POISON IVY PLANT: (RHUS TOXICODENDRON)WILLIAM ANDERSON SYME
The filtrate B (p. 20) from which gallic acid was precipitated by sulphuric acid in four fractions was saved to examine for sugar.SOME CONSTITUENTS OF THE POISON IVY PLANT: (RHUS TOXICODENDRON)WILLIAM ANDERSON SYME
This remedy was that same oyster-shell which is to be prescribed "fractions of the sextillionth or decillionth degree."MEDICAL ESSAYSOLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, SR.
Take a master petroleum chemist, infinitely skilled in the separation of crude oil into its fractions.THE TUNNEL UNDER THE WORLDFREDERIK POHL
These are made in different patterns, having either decimal divisions or the vulgar fractions.MECHANICAL DRAWING SELF-TAUGHTJOSHUA ROSE
Napoleon knew it in war, when he looked to the boots and great-coats of his men; those were his fractions.LORD ORMONT AND HIS AMINTA, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
The change she made in fractions of these coins—actual quarters of dollars cut like pieces of pie.DUFFELSEDWARD EGGLESTON
They flourished most probably in the xiv first quarter of the twelfth century, as Thurkils treatise deals also with fractions.THE EARLIEST ARITHMETICS IN ENGLISHANONYMOUS