Southwest Retort, Volume 5, Number 8, May 1953 Page: 2
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SPEED round-the-clock testing
with'Baker Analyzed'AMMONIUM OXALATE
The cement industry tests quality all the way. From the initial
blasting of limestone to the final test batches from filling
bins, Ammonium Oxalate, 'Baker Analyzed' Reagent grade.
controls the vital lime-alumina and lime-silica balance.
Cement chemists save valuable time by using 'Baker
Analyzed' Ammonium Oxalate. Its low mineral content is
recorded to the decimal on every label. In fact, the 'Baker
Analyzed' label shows all important impurities, not in terms
of tolerances, but by actual lot analysis, carefully determined
in Baker laboratories.
No wonder leading chemists prefer 'Baker Analyzed'
Reagents for quality control. They save time for practically
every industry where raw materials are analyzed and finished
products searchingly inspected.
Today, as the demand for production increases, speed up your
testing with accuracy by the use of 'Baker Analyzed' Reagents
with the actual lot analysis on every label. Order your supply
of 'Baker Analyzed' Reagents from a local laboratory supply
house. There is a Baker distributor near you who offers fast,
J. T. Baker Chemical Co.
Executive Offices and Plant, Phillipsburg, N. J.
Other 'Baker Analyzed' Reagents
of interest to Cement Chemists:
Ammonium Chloride Hydrofluoric Acid
Ammonium Hydroxide Oxalic Acid
Barium Chloride Potassium Dichromate
Hydrochloric Acid Sodium Ammonium Phosphate
Sodium Hydroxide Pellets
r Baker Chemicals
REAGENT * FINE * INDUSTRIAL
'BAKER ANALYZED' REAGENTS ARE SOLD IN YOUR AREA BY:
GREENE BROTHERS, INC., Dallas, Texas
E. H. SARGENT COMPANY, Dallas, Texas
W. H. CURTIN & CO., Houston, Texas
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