- containing bivalent nickel.
Origin of nickelous
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From nickelous carbonate and hydrochloric acid, as the acetate.
By crystallising a mixture of nickelous and potassium sulphates.
By neutralising acetic acid with nickelous carbonate, and gently concentrating by evaporation, so that crystals may form.
Sodium and ammonium sulphates form similar compounds with nickelous sulphate.
In other respects, its physiological action seems to be very similar to that of nickelous oxide.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection
Alexander Wynter Blyth
- of or containing nickel, esp in the divalent state
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