The estimation of calcium and magnesium in a mineral or rock is frequently necessary and seems like a simple matter, yet a great deal of work has been done on the subject, and different views are held as to the best procedure. The method that he has become accustomed to is doubtless the best for the individual analyst or teacher. Some of the methods, however, seem to be more simple and direct, and therefore less likely to lead to error than other processes which have been devised.
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Knight, Nicholas and Wheeler, Ward H.
"Dolomite and Magnesite with Reference to the Separation of Calcium and Magnesium,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 13(1), 167-171.
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