Bone ash

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The white porous residue containing chiefly tribasic calcium phosphate from bones calcined in air and used esp. in making cupels, pottery, and glass and in cleaning jewelry; also, synthetic tribasic calcium phosphate used similarly. Webster 3rd

Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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