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Image 77 of Annual report. 1915

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· 1 . M·i7ze·ral Waters 65 1 It is a weak chalybeate water containing very little solid ., J_ matter for a well water. A En LABoRA·r0RY No. G 3683—Water labeled "No. 2, spring, iD_ sent by Dr. J. M. Waldeck, Ezel, Morgan County, Ky." Re- ` ceivedfrom J. B. Hoeing, April 30, 1915. Sample contained a A hel. _ very slight black, flocculent precipitate. up ANALYSIS——AD&lySlS gave 0.185 gram mineral matter to the ith a liter (10.8 grains per gallon) consisting largely of calcium ear- bonate with small quantities of the sulfates and chlorids of _cal- u1_ cium, magnesium and sodium. ra] This is not properly a "mineral water." A Laizoayronr No. G 3684—Water labeled "No. 3, open well," _ sent by Dr. J. M. W'aldecl<, Morgan County, Ky. Received from J. B. Hoeing, State Geologist, April 30, 1915. Sample contained tj a slight brown, ferruginous sediment. ft` l · Grams per Grains per ug AN.x1.Ys1s-—- liter. gallon. ac` Ferrous carbonate .......................... - ................................ Marked trace. ie? Calcium carbonate, CaCO, ................................... -.. .3540 20.64 db Magnesium sulfate, anhydrous, MgSO4 ...... 1.1730 68.39 OH Potassium Suisse, KQSO4 ............................ - ....... .0187 1.09 Sodium sulfate, anhydrous, Na2SO, ...... -... .0535 3.12 ter A Sodium ehlorid, NaCl .......................... - ........... 1 .... 1 .... .0082 .48 Hd . saica, sio, .............................................................. - ........... .0170 .00 · Lithium and strontium ......................... 1 ..................... traces traces — Total ........,......,,,....,,,,,........,................. , .......................... 1.6244 94.71 lgnited solids ........................................................................ 1.6330 95.20 i f A It is a magnesium sulfate water containing a little iron , and should have some medicinal value. · ap, rr gy_ . MUHLENBERG COUNTY. V Bd _ Laizouivroay No. 50709—Mincral water sent by Charles C. i Martin, Central City. Sample clear and colorless. Received 4 ber November 19, 1915. tes y ANix1.Ys1s—One gallon contains 303.0 grains of solid matter _ (5.194 grams per liter) composed mainly of magnesium sulfate,

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