Whether it was that his blood was bad, or there had been a cut, he could not say; but he asked the men about it, and learned that it was a regular thing--it was the saltpeter
Over the whole field, previously so gaily beautiful with the glitter of bayonets and cloudlets of smoke in the morning sun, there now spread a mist of damp and smoke and a strange acid smell of saltpeter
Gunpowder was not invented by any one; it was the lineal successor of the Greek fire, which, like itself, was composed of sulfur and saltpeter
Neither metals, saltpeter
, nor coal can fail in the depths of the moon, and we need only go 8,000 leagues in order to fall upon the terrestrial globe by virtue of the mere laws of weight.
YaraBela nitrogen fertilizer Sulfan 24 or equivalent in the amount of 96 tonsCalcium ammonium saltpeter
Unmarried male faculty and unmarried male students should be required to take supervised doses of saltpeter
every morning just before morning chapel.
came from India and sulfur from Sicily.
Chinese alchemists, searching for the secrets of eternal life--not an entirely dissimilar goal of some proponents of ASI research (12)--discovered the mixture of saltpeter
, carbon, and sulfur in the 9th century.
The study area has a hyper-arid climate with no precipitation, a mean annual temperature of 19[degrees]C with minor differences between summer and winter, and a substrate dominated by a saltpeter
matrix and completely devoid of vegetation (Luebert and Pliscoff 2006).
7mm by Cassel, Saltpeter
Co as delineated in ASTV's 10Q.
The first and oldest is black powder: a mixture of charcoal, sulphur and saltpeter
Snow and saltpeter
(potassium nitrate, a major ingredient in gunpowder) were poured over containers of syrup to freeze the syrup more easily.