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SEPARATION OF NICKEL 1029 acid gave 0.0475 carbon and 0.02 54 sulphur, of which last 0.0036 was soluble in carbon disulphide. These figures indicate a similarity to quisqueite, although the sulphur is lower. The Oxidation Pvoducfs of Me 0ve.-These are reported to cover the surface of the ground in the vicinity of the vein outcrop. T h e specimen examined by me resembles porous limonite in appearance. There was found in it by a rough partial analysis about 45v,o" 14-1 j Fe,O" I j H,O, 20 or moredoi:10.1021/ja01961a007 fatcat:hn6paqj2djd5fajy7nfqbduguu