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CADMIUM STANDARD CELLS
For use with potentiometers, electrometers, and ballistic galveno. meters, or wherever else a precision standard of electromotive force to needed.
Negligible Temperature Coefficient.
Highly Constant E. M. F.
Mounted in moulded box, or unmounted.
On November 13, 1916, three normal cadmium cells made by me were certified by the Bureau of Standards as differing from their group of reference cells by less than one part in one hundred thousand, all three having the same value.
On March 30 1920, after the lapse of three years and four months, the same three cells were again compared by the Bureau of Standards. The maximum difference among the three was less than one part per hundred thousand, and the maximum difference from their sertified value of 1916, was less than one part per hundred thousand.
In other words, these cells showed a degree of constancy to all intents equal to that considered most highly satisfactory, if not remark. able, in the very best type of precision resistance standards. (see Bul. Bur. of Stand. Vol. 5. No. 3. D. 427.)
The cells in question were in nowise special. They were made of the materials regularly prepared by me, and were set up with
no greater care than that constantly employed in the making of my standards.
NEWPORT, R. I.
No Laboratory Equipment is complete without some variable resistances. To maintain the high standard of your outfit we suggest the addition of some
“Becbro” Sliding Contact Rheostats
(Tubular and Stone Types)
Thousands of these rheostats have been manufactured and sold by us (the original American Manufacturers) to most all Universities, Colleges, Technical Schools and Industrial Concerns and have always given entire satisfaction.
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FRENCH-ENGLISI MEDICAL DICTIONARY
Prof. John C. Branner,
Stanford University, Calll.
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precipitate" and a medical significance of "abscess."
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