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The hurtful carbonaceous gases doubtless go with it, and are then diffused through the room.
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Next below are fresh-water and estuary marls and carbonaceous clays in the brackish-water portion of which are found abundantly Cerithium plicatum, Lam.
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The bottom bed is carbonaceous, and called the "Black band," in which Rissoa Chastelii (Figure 162), before alluded to, is common.
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None of the beds are of great horizontal extent, and there is much cross- stratification in the sands, and in some places black carbonaceous seams and lignite.
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The carbonaceous matter is most abundant immediately around the stumps, and round the remains of fossil Cycadeae. (FIGURE 309.
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Lower carbonaceous strata, Inferior Oolite shales.
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It is divided by Alberti into sandstone, gypsum, and carbonaceous clay-slate.
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They are said to form the FLOOR on which the coal rests; and some of them have a slight admixture of carbonaceous matter, while others are quite blackened by it.
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The tree was about two feet in diameter, and consisted of an external cylinder of bark, converted into coal, and an internal stony axis of black sandstone, or rather mud and sand stained black by carbonaceous matter, and cemented together with fragments of wood into a rock.
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Some of the sandstones are ripple-marked, and towards the upper part of the whole series a thin seam of coal has been observed, measuring, together with some associated carbonaceous shale, about three inches in thickness.
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A still lower part of the Llandeilo rocks consists of a black carbonaceous slate of great thickness, frequently containing sulphate of alumina, and sometimes, as in Dumfriesshire, beds of anthracite.
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It has been conjectured that this carbonaceous matter may be due in great measure to large quantities of imbedded animal remains, for the number of Graptolites included in these slates was certainly very great.
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The gaseous carbonaceous matter which occasionally escapes from the top of lamps, is thus arrested beneath the concave cap, and subsequently consumed by the heat of the flame, instead of passing off into the room, in the form of smoke or smut on the ceiling and walls.
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The room where the combustion took place was generally filled with a thick vapor and the walls covered with a thick, carbonaceous substance.
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The fine impalpable soot obtained from the smoke of carbonaceous substances which have been only partly burnt, as in the flame of a smoking lamp.
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I believe it would not have disturbed me if they had been truly vertical; but many of them were minutes of arc from a true perpendicular, all of them covered with a carbonaceous material which I instantly perceived was an inadvertent deposit from the air.
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It is therefore unquestionable, that no iron was used in this ink; and from its resistance to the chemical solvents, as well as a certain clotted appearance in the letters when examined closely, and in some places a slight degree of gloss, I have little doubt but they were formed with a composition of a black, sooty or carbonaceous powder and oil, probably something like our present printer's ink, and am not without suspicion that they were actually printed (a subsequent examination of a larger portion of this supposed MSS.
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The diversity of colour depends upon the bleaching power of the oxygen, which, in temperate climates, combines more completely with the carbonaceous matter deposited in the rete mucosum; while, in hotter climates, the oxygen is kept in a gaseous state by the heat and light, and has less tendency to unite with the carbonaceous matter.
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Examples of Carbonaceou

Example #1
The most forcible objection to allowing the air to escape through the ceiling is that it is a wanton waste, not only of heat, but of the fresh air that has just come from the north pole by way of the furnace and cold-air box, and which, by virtue of its warmth, goes in all its purity straight to the ceiling.
Example #2
We know, too, how quickly the sulphurous gas that sometimes escapes from those warranted furnaces not only ascends through the tin pipes, but rises in the open stairway if it has a chance.
Example #3
In the fresh-water portion of the same beds Paludina lenta (Figure 163) occurs; a shell identified by some conchologists with a species now living, Paludina unicolor; also several species of Lymneus, Planorbis, and Unio. 3.
Example #4
The next series, or middle fresh-water and estuary marls, are distinguished by the presence of Melania fasciata, Paludina lenta, and clays with Cypris; the lowest bed contains Cyrena semistriata (Figure 159), mingled with Cerithia and a panopaea.
Example #5
This bed contains a mixture of Hempstead shells with those of the underlying Upper Eocene or Bembridge series.
Example #6
Melania costata, Sowerby, Melanopsis, etc.