Definition of Cupelling
1. cupel [v] - See also: cupel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cupelling
Literary usage of Cupelling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Practical Treatise on Metallurgy: Adapted from the Last German Edition of by Sir William Crookes, Bruno Kerl, Ernst Otto Röhring (1868)
"The cupelling process is sometimes not carried on to the brightening point, the lead is only concentrated to a certain degree to the so-called black ..."
2. The Useful Metals and Their Alloys: Including Mining Ventilation, Mining by John Scoffern (1857)
"When the principles on which the cupelling operations are based are well considered, it will be evident that a metal somewhat easy of oxydation liie copper ..."
3. Notes on Assaying and Metallurgical Laboratory Experiments by Richard Walley Lodge (1911)
"The following work was done by Messrs FJ Eager and W. \V. Welch: The results agree very closely with the ones obtained when cupelling pure gold (see page ..."
4. A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences by Henry Watts (1870)
"All the sixteen assays which we suppose to be finish cupelling nearly in their numerical order, ... cupelling ..."
5. The Metallurgy of Lead & Silver by Henry Francis. Collins (1899)
"ENGLISH cupelling FURNACES. These are characterised by their ... 145 is a front elevation of an English cupelling furnace of common type, Figs. ..."
6. The Metallurgy of the Common Metals, Gold, Silver, Iron, Copper, Lead and Zinc by Leonard Strong Austin (1909)
"It is accordingly called 'corroding lead.' Fig. 178. ENGLISH cupelling FURNACE. Section CO *"* Vmn — O Section A.8. aft Fig. 179. ..."