VIEW THE MOBILE VERSION of www.yrd.ca Informational Site Network Informational
Privacy

   Home - Science Experiments - Things Worth Knowing - Wise Facts - Curious Facts



The Iron Tree








Dissolve iron filings in aqua fortis, moderately concentrated, till
the acid is saturated; then add to it gradually, a solution of fixed
alkali, (commonly called oil of tartar per deliquum.) A strong
effervescence will ensue, and the iron, instead of falling to the
bottom of the vessel, will afterwards rise so as to cover the sides,
forming a multitude of ramifications heaped one upon the other, which
will sometimes pass over the edge of the vessel, and extend themselves
on the outside, with all the appearance of a plant.





Next: To Make Any Number Divisible By Nine By Adding A Figure To It

Previous: Fulminating Mercury



Add to Informational Site Network
Report
Privacy
ADD TO EBOOK


Viewed 1495