Definition of Fahlores
1. fahlore [n] - See also: fahlore
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Literary usage of Fahlores
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handbook of Metallurgy by Carl Schnabel (1907)
"THE EXTRACTION OF MERCURY FROM MERCURIAL fahlores Mercury is obtained as a bye-product during the calcination <>t mercurial fahlores. ..."
2. The Mining Engineer (1908)
"The fahlores take high rank among the useful minerals of the two occupied ... In the world's copper-output fahlores play as a rule a very subordinate part; ..."
3. My Reminiscences by Raphael Pumpelly (1918)
"The pure minerals were very rich, the fahlores ranging 400 to 1200 ounces silver ... As prepared for smelting, the silicious fahlores averaged 176 ounces, ..."
4. A Treatise on Chemistry by Henry Enfield Roscoe, Carl Schorlemmer (1884)
"It also occurs as silver- and gold-amalgam, as the iodide and chloride, and it is found occasionally in certain fahlores. The most important ore of mercury ..."
5. The Copper Mines of the World by Walter Harvey Weed (1907)
"Only the most favorable circumstances — mineralogical, metallurgical, and commercial — would render the working of non-argentiferous fahlores at all ..."