Examples from the Web for barium
Iota is informed that the Chloride of Barium, used in about the same proportion as common salt, will give the tint he desires.
A third rabbit, fed like the preceding with 0.5 gram of barium acetate, showed much the same result.
Its salts would be precipitable by barium carbonate; the gallium salts are thrown down by this reagent.
Accidentally the writer found that Sprengel had reported the presence of barium in Astragalus exscapus, a closely allied plant.
A strong solution of sulphide of barium, made into a paste with powdered starch, and applied immediately.