over them. It finds minor
use in tanning, and wood was preserved
(soaking in mercuric
chloride). Mercuric chloride
was one of the three...
Kyan, who patented
in 1833, Kyanizing consists
wood in a 0.67% mercuric chloride preservative
- obtain stone
for the locks, engineers built composite
wood. In 1843, the Potomac Aqueduct Bridge
near the present-day...
the cure for cholera through Intravenous therapy
1832: The Kyanizing process
by John Howard
Kyan. 1834: The game...
- U.S. – Kevlar
Kyan (1774–1850), Ireland
– The process
used for wood preservation Dmitry Lachinov
- lock. The wood sheathing
had to be replaced
from time to time. Originally kyanized
wood was used. Ellwood
Morris, the ****istant Engineer, suggested
- rot was an early maintenance
evil. By 1841 a surface treatment called Kyanizing
to be helpful, but used a toxic mercury compound
for wood preservation...
- pp. 170, 175–178 Timperley, J. (1842). "Description of the Tanks
for the Permanent
Way of the Hull and Selby
- Boston Globe about
the successful introduction
of the four-day w**** in a Kyanize Paints factory
in Everett, M****achusetts. In 1971, the book received
- of 1847, the first buildings
were built, two sheds
and a kyanizing
a roundhouse, a carriage
shed, a tool shed and a coke store...