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When ordinary methods do not suffice, it can usually be cleared by shaking up with a little magnesium carbonate and filtering.
The metal is then removed, and washed successively with very dilute sodium hydroxid solution, alcohol, and ether.
This fluid is then heated, adding crystals of sodium acetate until it becomes perfectly clear.
Rarely, sodium urate occurs in crystalline form—slender prisms, arranged in fan- or sheaf-like structures (Fig. 32).
It is in this way that lime, which occurs in the soil principally as the insoluble carbonate, is dissolved and absorbed.
Glass rods and tubing of sodium glass: for stirring rods, urinary pipets, etc.
But the part soluble in acids is distinguished by the great abundance of carbonate of lime.
Chalk is a very pure form of carbonate of lime, and where it abounds has been largely employed as an application on the soil.
Calcareous incrustations, including fragments of madrepores, and of shells, cemented by splintery carbonate of lime.
Sodium and alcohol reduce common camphor to a mixture of d- and l-borneol.