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Image 698 of Annual report. 1912

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l i ~ - * . L . { V. 544 Division of Chemistry. _ A I A Moss, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Ky. The spring ; ` is six miles south of Mt. Sterling. Sample colorless with a_ little light brown sediment. Analysis reported August 29, · 1912. A ANALYSISWOHB gallon contains 5.7 grains solid matter (.097 gram per liter) composed of very small quantities of ferrous carbonate, calcium sulfate, magnesium sulfate and I traces of sodium chlorid and silica. It seems to be a very pure spring water but could be said to have weak chalybeate properties. Y . NELSON COUNTY. · LABORATORY NO. 36654e~Mineral water sent by Lacy Mc- l Claskey, Bloomfield, Nelson County, Ky. Sample is per- l fectly clear with no appreciable sediment. The water comes , i from a dug well walled up with stone. Received July 29, 1912. · I ANALYSIS 9-One gallon contains 170.9 grains of mineral ` matter (2.93 grams per liter) composed mainly of sodium _ chlorid, with small quantities of calcium carbonate, mag- nesium carbonate and calcium sulfate and traces of iron, silica, sodium bromid and strontium carbonate. { _ ( l It is a moderately strong saline water. I - l ` NICHOLAS COUNTY. l LABORATORY NO. 19-S9 Blue Lick water, sent by the Blue Lick Springs Company, March 29th, 1912. l Grams per Grains per ANALYs1se ~ liter. gallon. I Ferrous carbonate (FeCO:i). _._. 1 _r1__ .0044 0.26 Calcium carbonate (CaCO;;)1 1 11 1 .3011 17,55 Magnesium carbonate (MgCO::). 1111r1 .0248 1.45 Strontium carbonate 1___ 1 11__111_1___ Decided test, ‘ Calcium sulfate, anhydrous (CaSO¤) .1 .6348 37.01 l Magnesium sulfate, anhydrous (MgSO i) .1023 5.96 Magnesium chlorid, anhydrous (MgCl;) .4546 26.50 . Potassium chlorid (KCl) 111_ 11 11 _1 ,4520 2310 i

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