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The whole is stirred down on the water bath until a pasty soap is obtained, when another 50 c.c. of methylated spirit is added, which redissolves the soap, and the whole again stirred down to a solid soap.
Dissolve 5 grammes of nitrate of silver in 100 c.c. of distilled water, and add ammonia until the precipitate first formed redissolves.
Cerealine coagulated by an acid redissolves in an excess of the same acid, but it has become dead and has no more action on the starch.
Filter as much aniline water on to the cover-slip as it will hold; then add the smallest quantity of alcoholic solution of gentian violet which suffices to saturate the aniline water and form a "bronze scum" upon its surface -- if too much of the alcoholic gentian violet is added the alcohol present redissolves this scum.
_ -- Add ammonia (a few drops at a time) until the precipitate first formed redissolves with difficulty.
It may be separated from zirconia by the action of sodium carbonate, which precipitates both; but when concentrated, redissolves the zirconia.