A useful dusting-powder is one consisting of calamine and 5 per cent.
Early brass was copper mixed with calamine melted in a crucible.
calamine lotion is one of the best applications which can be employed for this disorder.
calamine is commonly employed only to convert copper into brass, or a yellow metal, by cementing it therewith.
Generally speaking the growth of these plants on the calamine soils was weak and poor, the stems and leaves being very brittle.
The twelfth, that Copper has a greater affinity with Mercury than with calamine.
Smithsonite is a carbonate much resembling, and often found with, calamine.
Black ore, containing copper with galenea, calamine, and some silver; 6.
It is accompanied by zinc ore (calamine), especially in the upper parts of the mountain.
We have found a mixture of equal parts of calamine cerate and resin cerate answer quite as well.
zinc carbonate; zinc silicate, 1590s, from French calamine, from Old French calemine, chalemine (13c.), from Medieval Latin calamina, corrupted by alchemists from Latin cadmia "zinc ore," from Greek kadmeia (see cadmium). Or possibly the Medieval Latin word is from Latin calamus "reed," in reference to the mineral's shape.
calamine cal·a·mine (kāl'ə-mīn', -mĭn)
A pink, odorless, tasteless powder of zinc oxide with a small amount of ferric oxide, dissolved in mineral oils and used in skin lotions.