Definition of Eau de Javelle
1. Noun. An aqueous solution of sodium hypochlorite.
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Literary usage of Eau de Javelle
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1. Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society by Royal Microscopical Society, London (1882)
"... not liable to get wrinkled during the placing, Mr. Whitman t prefers the shellac method. eau de Javelle for Removing the Soft Farts of Preparations. ..."
2. Plant Anatomy from the Standpoint of the Development and Functions of the by William Chase Stevens (1916)
"eau de Javelle.—Prepared by adding to an aqueous solution of chloride of lime: a solution of potassium oxalate so long as a precipitate is formed. ..."
3. Chlorination of Water by Joseph Race (1918)
"eau de Javelle, first made by Percy at the Javelle works near Paris in 1792. is another chlorine compound that has enjoyed a considerable reputation as a ..."
4. Chemistry in Daily Life: Popular Lectures by Lassar-Cohn (1899)
"eau de Javelle. —Sulphurous acid.—Peroxide of hydrogen.—Dyeing.— Mordants.—Lakes.—Substantive colours.—Coal tar colours. —Indigo.—Alizarin. ..."
5. Handbook of Practical Botany for the Botanical Laboratory and Private Student by Eduard Strasburger (1889)
"The eau de Javelle dissolves out the cell-contents, while the cell-walls stand ... In other cases, just as in this, eau de Javelle can be used when it is ..."
6. American Druggist (1884)
"eau de Javelle, etc. (ME) eau de Javelle is named after the place where it was first ... The term eau de Javelle is, properly speaking, applied only to a ..."