The liquid which is condensed in the flask must be rectified from calcic chloride.
In the former the calcic scales and crystals are distinct and quite as in L. tigrinum; in the latter they are cuboid, irregular.
calcic salt elimination from beet juices is a problem not yet satisfactorily solved.
The lime must be pure, and is made by heating a carbonate which has been precipitated from calcic nitrate.
To this distillate again a similar process may be used, substituting dry potassic carbonate for the calcic chloride.
Methyl cyanide is a liquid obtained by distillation of a mixture of calcic methyl sulphate and potassic cyanide.
Recent observations relating to the action of soda upon calcic sulphates, calcic glucates, etc., are most important.
The pigment known as “Cologne yellow” consists of 25 parts of lead chromate, 15 of lead sulphate, and 60 of calcic sulphate.
calcic cal·cic (kāl'sĭk)
Composed of, containing, derived from, or relating to calcium or lime.