Origin of kieselguhr
Examples from the Web for kieselguhr
Nitroglycerine, when absorbed in a porous earth called 'Kieselguhr', is called dynamite.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
The best substitute for "kieselguhr" is ashes of bog-head coal.Torpedoes and Torpedo Warfare|C. W. Sleeman
The correct amount of kieselguhr to be added can only be ascertained by experience, and varies with different samples of yeast.Alcoholic Fermentation|Arthur Harden
Lithofracteur, for instance, consists of 50% nitroglycerin and a mixture of prepared sawdust, kieselguhr and barium nitrate.
Kieselguhr is a very powerful adsorbent, and only a little will do much good; it is, however, hardly sufficient alone.Animal Proteins|Hugh Garner Bennett