from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to a regulus.
  • In ornithology, of or pertaining to the Regulinæ.

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  • adjective (Chem. & Metal.) Of or pertaining to regulus.

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  • adjective chemistry Of or pertaining to regulus.


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Compare French régulin.


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  • However, at a temperature of 50° C. the above receipt gives an excellent coppering liquid, which will coat zinc with a fine reguline deposit.

    On Laboratory Arts

  • Copper may be deposited from almost any of its salts in reguline form, the sulphate and nitrate being most usually employed.

    On Laboratory Arts

  • This particularly applies to the conditions which determine whether a metallic deposit shall come down in a reguline or in a crystalline manner.

    On Laboratory Arts

  • All other solutions we have tried follow the laws, that if the electricity is so strong as to cause gas to be evolved at the electrode, the metal will be deposited in a sandy or powdered state, but the solution of cyanide of copper and potassium is an exception to these laws, as there is no reguline deposit obtained unless gas is freely evolved from the surface of the article upon which the deposit is taking place.

    Young's Demonstrative Translation of Scientific Secrets

  • a continuous adherent film of reguline metal, and can be laid on as heavily as nickel is deposited generally.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 497, July 11, 1885


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