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Literary usage of Tubeful
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1. Official Methods of Analysis by R E Doolittle, Harvey W Wiley (1920)
"Cool slightly, add 500 cc. of the w tion, and distil, at the rate of 1 tubeful in 15 minutes, into 50 cc, ammonia ceases to be given off (4 or 5 tubes are ..."
2. Chemistry: General, Medical, and Pharmaceutical, Including the Chemistry of by John Attfield (1876)
"Thirdly, they represent single and equal volumes of chlorine, hydrogen, and oxygen. It will be remembered that one test-tubeful of hydrogen and an equal ..."
3. Text-book of Human Physiology: Including Histology and Microscopical Anatomy by Leonard Landois, Albert Philson Brubaker (1905)
"One-half of a test-tubeful of urine is mixed with an equal amount of hydrochloric acid, and 2 drops of a freshly prepared solution of chlorinated lime are ..."
4. Chemistry: General, Medical, and Pharmaceutical, Including the Chemistry of by John Attfield (1879)
"It wdl be remembered that one test-tubeful of hydrogen and an equal sized test-tubeful of chlorine were employed in a previous experiment in forming ..."
5. A Laboratory Manual of Physiological Chemistry by Elbert William Rockwood (1919)
"If the urine contains much bilirubin, shake a large test tubeful or more of urine ... Shake a test tubeful of the urine with a small amount of milk of lime, ..."
6. Laboratory Exercises to Accompany First Principles of Chemistry by Raymond Bedell Brownlee, Robert Warren Fuller, William J. Hancock, Michael Druck Sohon, Jesse Elon Whitsit (1917)
"How could you prove that a substance given you was an ammonium salt ? / . Figure 34. On a piece of paper, mix a quarter of a test-tubeful of ammonium ..."
7. Laboratory Exercises to Accompany First Principles of Chemistry by Raymond Bedell Brownlee (1908)
"How could you prove that a substance given you was an ammonium salt ? (eT) Mix, on a piece of paper, a quarter of a test-tubeful of ammonium chloride with a ..."