This lixivium, being weak, should be run off into a separate tank.
He usually, however, refers to potash as lixivium or salt therefrom, and by other distinctive terms.
I did not fail to use my utmost persuasion on every available opportunity to penetrate the secret of this lixivium microcosmi.
Its lixivium gave some tokens of Sea-salt, by making a white precipitate in a solution of quick-silver.
For this reason it is almost impossible to dry it thoroughly in the bason wherein you evaporate the lixivium.
A lixivium of wood-ashes is then thrown in along with it; and it is suffered to boil for several hours.
A war of pamphlets followed, Ranby, the serjeant-surgeon, maintaining that the patient had died of the lixivium.
It was customary among the Gauls to wash the hair with a lixivium made of chalk in order to increase its redness.
If Lead be boiled for a long time in a lixivium of fixed alkali, part of it will be dissolved.
lixivium means made into lye; hence, of the color of ashes and water.