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It occurs pulverulent, and also compact, with a fracture somewhat lamellar.
By the combined action of heat and charcoal, it passes first into a red pulverulent oxide, and then into metallic lead.
On the heavy pulverulent gold which remains in the vessel, some more acid should be boiled, to carry off any residuary silver.
At the bottom of each balloon a nucleus of salt remains, surrounded with fixed pulverulent matter.
Sometimes several plates of glass are laid over each other with a layer of dry pulverulent lime between each.
When evaporated to dryness, it appears as a dirty white pulverulent substance, which is soluble in alcohol.
When specimens are very old and decaying, the interior may become pulverulent or deliquescent.
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Most of the species become pulverulent, and the spores are easily diffused through the air like an impalpable dust.
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The diffusion of these fruits is more or less complete according to their compact or pulverulent nature.
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