What is GARDEN CHEMICALS?

List of. Although the gardener would have to set up a druggists store if he were to keep all the cherriicals in the list below by him, he should nevertheless keep by him small quantities of the more important and useful chemicals v/hich are marked with an asterisk. The quantity he will want will vary from an ounce or two in the case of Hellebore Powder to a hundredweight or so of such as Nitrate of Soda. The chemicals in the list are mostly given under their true chemical names, but a few popular names such as I.iver of Sulphur (Potassium Sulphide) are included. It is assumed that the reader is aware that Nitrate of Potash is the same as Potassium Nitrate, Nitrate of Lime the same as Calcium Nitrate, Nitrate of Soda the same as Sodium Nitrate, and so on. It should, however, be specially noted that”Chloride of Lime”is not Calcium Chloride but Calcium Hypochlorite, an oxidised and lower grade compound. List of Garden Chemicals. Acid Sodium Phosphate. Alum. Aluminium Metal. Aluminium Sulphate. Ammonia (Liquid). Ammonium Carbonate. Ammonium Chloride. Ammonium Chromate. Ammonium Hydroxide. Ammonium Molybdate. *Ammonium Nitrate. Ammonium Phosphate. *Ammonium Sulphate. Ammonium Sulpho-cyanide. Aqua Fortis (Nitric Acid). Arsenic (White). Barium Carbonate. Barium Chloride. Basic Slag. Bees Wax. Benzine. Beta Naphthol. Blue Stone. (See Copper Sulphate.) Bone Ash (Black). Bone Ash (Purified). Bones, Degreased. Boracic Acid. Borax. Bordeaux Mixture and Paste. Burgundy Mixture. Calcite. Calcium Carbide (“Carbide”). Calcium Carbonate (Chalk). Calcium Chloride. Calcium Cyanamide (Nitrolim). Calcium Fluoride. Calcium Hydroxide (Slaked Lime). Calcium Hypochlorite (Chloride of Lime). Calcium Mono-orthophosphate. Calcium Di-orthophosphate. Calcium Tri-orthophosphate. Calcium Oxide (QuickUme). Calcium Sulphate (Gypsum). Calcium Sulphide. Carbide. (See Calcium Carbide.) Carbolic Acid. Carbon bi-sulphide. Carborundum. Caustic Alkali Washes. Caustic Paraffin Emulsion. Caustic Potash. Caustic Soda. Chalk (Precipitated). Charcoal (Animal and Wood). Chile Saltpetre (Sodium Nitrate). Chloride of Lime (Calcium Hypochlorite). Cobalt Nitrate. Condys Fluid. Copper Aceto-arsenite. Copper Arsenate. 378 Copper Carbonate. Copper Nitrate. Copper Sulphate (Blue Stone). Copperas. (See Iron Sulphate.) Corrosive Sublimate. (See Mercury Chloride.) Creosote. Cupram. Emery and Emery Paper. Epsom Salts. (See Magnesium Sul phate.) Ferric Chloride. Ferricyanide. (See Potassium Ferri cyanide.) Ferrocyanide. (See Potassium Ferrocyanide.) Ferrous Ammonium Sulphate. (See Iron Ammonium Sulphate.) Ferrous Sulphate. (See Iron Sulphate.) Fluor Spar. Formaldehyde. Formaline (similar to Formaldehyde). Freezing Salt. Gaslime. Green Vitriol. (See Iron Sulphate.) Guanos (Various). Gunpowder (for squib-making in the destruction of Wasps nests). Gypsum. (See Calcium Sulphate.) Hellebore Powder. Hydrochloric Acid (Spirits of Salt). Hydrocyanic Acid. Hydrofluoric Acid (too dangerous to keep). HydrofluorsiUcic Acid. Iodine. Iron Ammonium Sulphate. Iron Sulphate (Green Vitriol). Kainit. Lead Arsenate. Lead Carbonate. Lead Nitrate. Lead Oxide (especially the kind known as Red Lead). Lead Sulphate. Lime. (See article on LIME.) Lime Sulphur Wash. Limestone (crushed grit or powdered). Linseed Oil. Litharge (Lead Oxide). Liver of Sulphur (Potassium Sulphide). Magnesium Ammonium Phosphate. Magnesium Carbonate. Magnesium Chloride. Magnesium Sulphate (Epsom Salts). Mercury Chloride. Mercury Sulphide. Methyl Alcohol. Methylated Spirits. Microcosmic Salt. Muriate of) Potash (Potassium Chloride Muriatic Acid (same as Hydrochloric Acid). Naphthalene. *Naphthalene-Paraffin Emulsion. *Nicotine Washes. Nitrate of I.ime. (See Calcium Nitrate.) Nitre (same as Potassium Nitrate). Nitric Acid (Aqua Fortis). *Nitrolim (same as Calcium Cyanamide). Nitro-sulphuric Acid. Orthophosphoric Acid. Oxalic Acid. *Paraf&n Emulsion. Paraf&n and Naphthalene Emulsion. *Paraffin Oil. Paranaph (same as Paraffin and Naphthalene Emulsion). *Paris Green. Pearl Ash. Permanganate. (See Potassium Permanganate. ) Petrol or Petroleum. Phosphoric Acid. Plaster of Paris. Potash. (See Potassium Carbonate. ) Potassium Carbonate. Potassium Chlorate. *Potassium Chloride. Potassium Chromate. Potassium Cyanide. Potassium Dichromate. Potassium Ferricyanide. Potassium Ferrocyanide. Potassium Hydroxide (Caustic Potash). Potassium Monosulphide. PotassiumMuriate (same as Potassium Chloride). Potassium Nitrate (Saltpetre or Nitre). Potassium Permanganate. Potassium Sulphate. Potassium Sulphide (Liver of Sulphur). Prussic Acid (same as Hydrocyanic Acid). Pyrethrum Powder. Quassia (not, strictly speaking, a chemical). Quicklime (Calcium Oxide). Red Lead. Salt, Common Kitchen (same as Sodium Chloride). Saltpetre (same as Potassium Nitrate). Saltpetre, Chile (same as Sodium Nitrate). Shellac. Silver Nitrate. Soda Emulsion. Soda Lime. Soda, Washing (same as Sodium Carbonate). Sodium Ammonium Hydrogen Phosphate. Sodium Carbonate (Washing Soda). Sodium Chloride (Common Salt). Sodium Hydroxide (Caustic Soda). Sodium Nitrate (Chile Saltpetre). Sodium Orthophosphate. Sodium Phosphates. Sodium Pyrophosphate. Sodium Silicate. Sodium Sulphate. Sodium Sulphide. Soft Soap. Soot. Spirits of Salt (same as Hydrochloric Acid). Sulphur (Black). Sulphur (Flour of). Sulphur (Liver of). Sulphuric Acid. Sulphuric Ether. Sulphurous Acid. Superphosphate. Thomas Slag. (See Basic Slag.) Tobacco Powder. Turpentine. Vaseline. Vitriol, Oil of (same as Sulphuric Acid). Washing Soda (same as Sodium Carbonate). White Lead. Whiting. Zinc Carbonate. Zinc Sulphate.E.

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