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RoessLer (Brit. 384926 [1932/33] 1/3; C. 1933 I 2295).  R. H. S. A. 1943 1838). 4 With Aqueous CO 2 A beryllium bearing pegmatite (VaL MusuL, Bozen) was heated at 850 to 900 °C for 10 h. ground with water until it passed a fine sieve, decanted, and dried in the air. A vigorousLy stirred (> 100 r/min) suspension of 5 kg of the dry powder in very pure water containing about 50 g (NH 4bC0 3 per 10 kg H20 was treated with CO 2 for severaL days. After saturation, the soLution was neutralized with stirring by sLow and cautious addition of HCI.
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Be Beryllium: Supplement Volume A1 The Element. Production, Atom, Molecules, Chemical Behavior, Toxicology by Ingeborg Hinz, Karl Koeber, Irmingard Kreuzbichler, Peter Kuhn, Arnulf Seidel (auth.), Ingeborg Hinz, Hans Karl Kugler, Joachim Wagner (eds.)