Published: Jan 1960
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Many of the difficulties that arise during the industrial use of water are closely related to water-formed sludges, scales, and corrosion products. The composition of such deposits can be interpreted to provide a guide for practical preventive treatment of either the water or its environment. In the proper hands, complete and detailed information concerning water-formed deposits can be useful; unless this information is accurate, however, it can be misleading. Accordingly, reliable methods should be available for the analysis of carefully selected samples.