Take two ounces of sal ammoniac, one ounce of flowers of sulphur, and sixteen ounces of cast iron filings or borings.
A tincture for the gums may be made of three ounces of the tincture of bark, and half an ounce of sal ammoniac, mixed together.
For soldering iron and steel, a very small portion of sal ammoniac is of great advantage to the mixture for promoting toughness.
Frise green is prepared with sulphate of copper and sal ammoniac.
He sets forth its corrosive power, and shows how it may be made to dissolve even gold itself, by adding a portion of sal ammoniac.
By putting an amalgam of sodium into the moistened cavity of the sal ammoniac, similar results are obtained.
This decomposition of sal ammoniac is the reverse of that in the preceding process.
Take of acetate of lime or of potassa and sal ammoniac, equal parts; mix and distil at a gentle heat.
He takes two pounds of sal ammoniac in powder, which he mixes accurately with four pounds of Minium.
The crude sulphate is principally used in the preparation of sal ammoniac and sesquicarbonate of ammonia, and for manure.
See ammonium chloride.