Origin of gas liquor
Examples from the Web for gas liquor
Historical Examples of gas liquor
Thus the gas-liquor is distinctly alkaline, and contains a considerable quantity of ammonia, besides other volatile bases.
The uses of ammonia are manifold, and nearly our whole supply of this valuable substance is now derived from gas-liquor.
Thus the cultivation of the beet, as already explained, is largely dependent on the supply of ammonia from gas-liquor.
The distillate at once separates into water (gas-liquor) and light oil, floating at the top.