THE ANALYSIS OF BRONZES AND BEARING METALS.1

H. E. Walters, O. I. Affelder
1903 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
allowing to stand for a further period of ten hours at 0 ' . \\'e conclude therefore that myrtle wax contains no stearin and that the high melting-point of the older material is due to the obscure change which takes place in many fats on standing. Lye hope to study this change in myrtle wax further and determine how the constants, other than melting-and solidifying-points, are affected thereby.
doi:10.1021/ja02008a008 fatcat:i2o5lwrc75bmlfu3eqxztrj26u