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  1. The process of converting to color.

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Google previewThe Modern World (1876)

by J. A. G. BARTON (pseud. [i.e. Ṣaṣīchandra Datta.])

CoLoRISATION is an inseparable adjunct to every great state, but more especially to an insular kingdom of small size like the British Isles, the energies of which are circumscribed within a limited sphere. Every prosperous country has a ...

Google previewThe encyclopaedia of municipal and sanitary engineering (1910)

a handy working guide in all matters connected with municipal and sanitary engineering and administration by William Henry Maxwell, John Thomas Brown

the sterilisation was effective and the de- colorisation complete without other change, that the working was successful, and that the De Frise process is a satisfactory method of ensuring a standard of purification for a municipal water supply.

Google previewThe Cyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature (1819)

by Abraham Rees

COLORISATION, or Color AT1 on, in Pharmacy, a term applied to the several changes of colour which bodies undergo in the various operations of nature, or art; as by formentations, lotions, coctions, oxydations, &c. - COLORITES, in Eccgs ...

Google previewCyclopædia, Or, An Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ... (1741)

by E. Chambers

COLORISATION, or COLORATION, in pharmacy, * a term applied to the several changes of colour which bodies undergo in the various operations of nature, or art; as by sermentations, lotions, coctions, calcinations, &so. See COLOUR ...

Google previewCyclopaedia, Or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences... by Ephraïm Chambers (1741)

COLORISATION, or COLORATLON, in pharmacy, a term applied to the several changes of colour which bodies undergo in the various operations of nature, or art; as by sermentations, lotions, coctions, calcinations, &Ft. See COLOUR, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Chemistry (1872)

by Henry Watts

of needles, sometimes broad four-sided prisms ; dilute chromic acid forms tho yellow stellate crystals and double pyramids of strychnine chromate ; and strong sulphuric acid with potassium bichromate produces tho well-known colorisation.

Google previewA Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences ... (1879)

by Henry Watts

of needles, sometimes broad four-sided prisms; dilute chromic acid forms the yellow stellate crystals and double pyramids of strychnine chromate; and strong sulphuric acid with potassium bichromate produces the well-known colorisation.

Google previewA Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences. Supplement (1872)

by Henry Watts

of needles, sometimes broad four-sided prisms ; dilute chromic acid forms the yellow stellate crystals and double pyramids of strychnine chromate ; and strong sulphuric acid with potassium bichromate produces the well-known colorisation.

Google previewThe new universal English dictionary. Buchanan (1760)

by Nathan Bailey

COLORISATION 7 (in Pharmacy) the COLORATION J changes- of -colour which bodies undergo, by the various operations either of nature or art, as by calcinations, coctions, &c. COLOSSUS, a statue of prodigious fixe at Rhodes. COLOUR ...

Google previewThe New And Complete Dictionary Of The English Language (1775)

In Which All The Words are Introduced ... : To Which Is Prefixed, A Comprehensive Grammar ; In Two Volumes by John Ash

o Colorisation (s. mot much used) Coloration, ...

Google previewTechnological Dictionary (1869)

Colorisation f. électrochiiniqne des métaux. Galvanometer n.

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