Powder, for Rendering Iron Malleable, and Cleaning it from Sulphur, Phosphorus, and Arsenic

1848 Scientific American  
which with the argIllaceous and quartzose earth, forms itself into a silicate, or aluminate, of natron, and goes in the slag. The perox ide of manganese loses It great quantity of its oxygen, and forms itself as oxyde of manga nese with the silicious earth (from the silicum of the pig iron) to a silicate, and prevents the loss of the metal. This free chlorine, which, with constant stirring is brought to bear on Forth. Scientific Amorican. the mass, attaches itself to the sulphur, phes -Uules
more » ... hur, phes -Uules Cor the Recovery 01' the Apparent phorus or arsenic, and makes combinations, D.ro,vned. which are carried out of the furnace through At tbis season of the year, when there are the grate. From this it will be seen, that
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