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chemicals, as the slightest adulteration of the (supposed) dis-tilled water might seriously damage any solution of which it may form a part. Other apparatus have been used, and can be
Fig. 132.
adapted, such as an ordinary kitchen stevvpan in place of the cylinder. It is made on the same principle as the one'described. In place of the tin funnel and tube, a long clay tobacco tipe known as a churchwarden) will serve."
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