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Next to Gold and Mercury Lead is the heaviest of all metalline substances, but in hardness is exceeded by every one of them.
Of all the metalline calces that of Antimony is most easily reduced.
The metal thus calcined easily recovers its metalline form on the addition of a phlogiston.
Iron has the property of imbibing a greater quantity of phlogiston than is necessary to give it the metalline form.
These floating matters take the name of Scori, and the metalline substance at bottom is called the Regulus.