THE PROTEIDS OF THE KIDNEY BEAN

Thomas B. Osborne
1894 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
the puddling furnace, as cast-iron becomes converted by oxidation into puddled iron, may, perhaps, be considered similar to that which occurs in the reduction of silver sulphide by hydrogen. T h e complete removal of impurities from the iron requires a temperature approaching fusion, and the fibers resulting as the metal becomes nearly pure are united into a mass.
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