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EDITORIALS-Continued:

ELECTRIC FURNACE-Continued:
The dawn of peace

1

Square deal for the electric fur-
Declaration

of
American policy

nace,
Weidenthal.
779

De

Fats, Recovering from trade waste.
toward German dyes

114
Symposium at A. I. C. E. meeting. 6

Baeve (Aust. P.)

790
The determination of steel prices. 59

Various designs:

Ferrochromium, By aluminothermic re-
-Does American potash need a fixed

Arc type. Kennerfelt. (P.)

•580
action. Turner. (B.P.)

472
price?

220
Booth rotating. Booth.

.636 Ferromagnesite, Mfr. at Northwest Mag.
-Essential qualifications for commer-

Brass furnaces. Gillett. (N.)

nesite Co.

.480
cial agents in Latin-America.

113
Correction.

116 Ferromanganese, Adding in ladle at C. F.
-European opinion regarding Mexico.. 164

Brass furnaces, Resistance type.

& I. Co.

610
Every engineer a counter propagan-

Baily. (N.)..

-Potassium permanganate from.
dist.

701
Brass urnace Rocking type. St.

Thompson.

680
The fallacy of class distinction in

John. (N.)..

13 Filtration, Industrial filtration. Faber
chemistry.

270
Compound resistor type. Colby and

(N.)

614
-Fifth National Exposition of Chem-

Thornton, (P.)..
.210 -Bryden. (N.).

705
ical Industries

219
Electrically heated soaking pits in

Fertilizers, German production, 1913-1919. 431
-Fifth National Exposition of Chem-

steel industry. Baily
•624 Fiber, Anhinga, As cotton substitute.

785
ical Industries

415
For experimental work. FitzGer

Flakes: (see Iron and Steel. Metallog-
The Forest Products Laboratory, val-

ald and Moyer ..

.769

raphy.)
ued servant of the industries.

750
Induction furnace, Northrup-Ajax.

Flash points of gasoline-kerosense mix-
-Fuel oil combustion and conflagra-

Northrup

• 258
tures. Robson and Withrow.

.244
tion.

750
Radiant resistor furnace for zine.

Flooring composition, Magnesite for.
-The future of commodity and prop-

117
FitzGerald

.737
erty values..

751

Radiant resistor. FitzGerald. (N.) 522
Herbert C. Hoover-American citi.

Rennerfelt. (P.)

.210 FLOTATION:
zen,

414

Rennerfelt steel furnace, Working
-Imagination and success

655
results. Frick, et al. (S.).

101
Importance of data on small volume

-Alpha naphthylamine-xylidine mixture
Resistance, Weidenthal. (P.)

48

for
653

418
changes.

Resistance muffle. Fitzpatrick and
Industrial Conference splits on col-

Correction.

565
Stevens, (P.)

•580
lective bargaining.
542

Monopoly in Spain.

178
Silicomanganese furnace

.752

-Paper mills use.
-Is

metallurgical
molybdenum

529
Tilting device for. Gray (P.).

439
Foam cells, Structure of.

773
Vacuum furnace, G. E. Co..

•708
-Labor research and scientific control 164

Food dehydration. Falk.
Vertical-cylindrical, For heat-treat-

709
-Labor-saving machinery in iron and

Foerderer, Robert H., Leather factory. .489

ing and shrinking. Clark... • 205
steel industry
606

Forehearth for reducing slag losses of
Electric precipitator: (see Cottrell)
-Lessons from the Industrial Confer-

Electric Storage Battery Co. plant.

490

metals and matte. Lloyd. (P.).. 403
510
ence.
Electrochemical industry:

Forging: (see Iron and Steel, Mechanical

(See Chemical
-Lest we forget our soldier chemists 605

work.)

Industry)
Mechanical charging of lead blast-
Electrochemical production of organic

Forest Products Laboratory. Jones. • 757
furnaces

271
compounds, Thatcher.

663

Foster closed cup method for flash points. 249
653
-More about American dyes

Fractures, Mechanism of. deFreminville.
-More power to the Bureau of Mines 415

(N.)

613
Need of a firm policy in Mexico.
2 ELECTRODEPOSITION:

France, Consumption of hydro-electric
New chemical laboratory for Cor-

power and raw materials in chem-
nell University

113
-Lead plating from fluoborate solu-

ical and metallurgical industries.
new function for our engineers

tions.

(N.)
Blum, et al.

526
(S.)

399
510
abroad
Of copper from solutions containing

-Foreign trade, Jan. June, i9i9.

363
A new philosophy of chemistry and

Greenawalt.
forric sulphate.

(P.) 643
-Fuel oil question in.

709
57
matter

Of various metals. Leech and Slater.
-Oil shales and the merchant marine 702

(B. P)

472
749
-Optimists in spite of appearances.

-Structure of electrodeposited metals.

FUEL:
-Out of the woods

701

Blum.
(N)

526
-The path of sanity

413
-Tungsten wires by. Keyes.

(P.) ::

48 -Fuel problem in Europe. Engel. (N.) 533
A phase of the flotation decision.
59

-Graphical representation of composi-
-The potentiality of
a glucinum

tion and properties. Schreber.
industry
270 ELECTRODES:

(S.)

•578
-The President's Industrial Conference 477

Tar for open-hearth furnaces.

610
805
The President's new Labor Conference

-British,
(S.)

.641 Fuel oil, Tentative regulations for storage
-Pyrometers for brass and bronze

Compound. Shoeld. (P.)

439

and use.
114

781
makers

For chlorine cells. Marsh.

(P):

• 210 Fuller's earth, Preparation of. Phalen.. 469
-Recognizing the importance of non-

Silicon iron. Smith.
271

(P.)

256 Furnaces: (see Iron and Steel. Furnaces;
metallic minerals
Electrolytic chlorine cells; (see under

Electric furnaces,
702

Blast furnaces,
Reconstruction still lags

Chlorine.)

etc.)
-Restoration of foreign exchange

543
2

658
Endowment, University and college. Little.
A rose by any other name
Engineering Council on U. S. maps.

431
A scientific union from Chicago's

423
Engineering course for college professors
542

G
City Hall
Engineers, Registration of. In Iowa.

722
A Scotch professor and the control

509 England, Potash recovery from blast-fur-
of research

Hibbert.

723

GAS AND GASES:
57

nace gases in.
-The season of tariff hearings

605 English chemical industry, Status of labor
A second double issue

in.

16
Marshall.

-Combustion chart. Grebel. (S.)
219

.641
Shabby treatment of patent examiners

Improved Orsat apparatus for anal-
750

Ethyl alcohol: (see Alcohol.)
Shape of metallic crystalline grains..
Ethylene dichloride. Curme.

743

(P.)
115

ysis, Jones and Neumeister.

•734
The shoe on the other foot
Ethylene from ethyl alcohol.

557 -In Steel. Determination of. Cain. (N.) 459
- The sorry plight of our educational

743
Ethylene, Purification of Curme.

-Laws, Alignment chart for. Wikoff. 195
445
institutions
3 Evaporator, Rapid circulation.

•706 -Manufacturing plant of Providence
-Stability of prices and employment.

Expansion. Thermal,
115
Measurement

Gas Co.
by

Russell.

*34, 88, 147
-Steel production during the war.

655
stretched wire dilatometer. Gray. *667

-Poison, Production at German dye
Steel prices and service
415 Explosion of chemicals: (see Legal notes.)

plants.

224
The steel strike an object lesson
541

-Producer, Ammonia in. Ovitz.

253
A suggestive theory on sonims
654

-Producer, Cost of.

243
A thought on labor's goal

163
EXPLOSIVES:

Gas analysis by interferometer,

•393
A thought on the general unrest
221

Gas exhausters. Rotary, Pressure governor
-A truce in labor demands

606
-Modern commercial. Hill. (N.). 288

.99
Union of thinkers and workers
509 -Nitrocellulose-nitroglycerine. Rintoul,

Gas flow, Resistance of tower packing to.
-An unscrambled organization

445
et al. (B.P.)

695
Zeisberg

765
-Views on potash: a point of time.

742 Gas mantle manufacture
-Perchlorate. Rintoul, et al. (B.P.).
Chemical

•497
deserts
War
Department

105
Perchlorate Safety Explosives. Ltd.

Gas masks in the industries. Fieldner. (N.)
Warfare Service.
work

engi-
manpower

742
(B.P.)

Gas producers, Operation of.
-Welfare

McClimon.. •633
or

440
Pronk and Bowen. (B.P.)

742
Providence Gas Co, installation.

•91
neering

273
Primers. Trinitro-nitranilid and sul-

Gasoline-kerosene mixtures, Flash and
-The White House Conference on Labor

pho cyanates for. Buell. (P.) 440

burning points of. Robson and
Research and testing. Tibbals.

556
Withrow

* 244
EDUCATION:
Explosive plants. English, Organization of.

General Electric Co. heat-treating furnace * 205
Townsend. (N.)

534 General Electric method for m. p. of as-
Americanization work in Newark,

phalt

82
375
N. J.

Generators, Direct current. New type. .644
Chemical Technology for college stu-
EXPORT STATISTICS:

German dyes and chemicals, Peace treaty
dents. Grossman.

provisions

121
Course in physical measurements for

German dye plants, Present condition. Sill.
503

-Germany:
chemistry Btudents.
Potash and potassium salts. 1913. 726

(N.)

286
-Engineering course for college profes-

Peru:

German dye plants, War-time activities of 224
423
sors.

Tungsten ores, 1913-17.

739
German-owned chemical plants sold.

121
-University and college endowment.

739
To New York, 1918

German production of fertilizers, 1913-
658
Little.

1919
United States:

431
459
Hibbard. (N)
Effervescing steel.

Caustic soda. May, 1919

200 German scientific books Importation of 24
Electrical conductors, Cu, Al, Zn and Fe as •740

227
June, 1919

Germany. Brass foundry methods in..
•708

754
Electrical show, Chicago.

Glycerine, Apr., 1919.

15
Substitute metals in.

•740
Electric Furnace Association:

June, 1919

227 -War-time ferrous metallurgy in. (S.) 789
277
Announcement.
Chicago meeting.

Lead. May, 1919

200
549

Gibbs, Willard, Medal presented to Dr. Wm.
Report
Mining machinery. May, 1919. 200

A. Noyes.

•448
Platinum, May. 1919

200
Soda ash, May, 1919.

200
ELECTRIC FURNACE:

GLASS:

227
June, 1919.
Sugar, 1915-1918

363
General:

Tinplate. terne plate and taggers

Chemical glassware mfrg. fear Japanese 199
Bureau of Mines electric furnace

tin. Apr., 1919

15 OpticalManufacture of. Hostetter.
laboratory. Grier.

•574
Tungsten and ferrotungsten.

Apr..
(N.)

468
Classification of

074
1919
15 -Optical, Thermal expansion of.

670
Design of Gossow

235
May, 1919

200 -Optical. Twenty-three types of. Mont-
Criticism. Bardwell.

479
June. 1919

369
gomery. (N.)

+467
Reply. Gosrow.

479
Zinc. May, 1919

200

-Scientific research in glass industry.
Improving mechanical operation of.
Export Trade:

Washburn. (N.)

463
Moore.
(P.)

49
Selling in Foreign Markets.

438 -Raw materials, Buy on analysis. Sil.
Melting non-ferrous metals and
Export Trade Act.

228
verman. (N)

468
allovs in. Collins.
•673 Exposition of Chemical Industries : (see

-Tariff bill on glassware, etc..

120
Metallurgical, Commercial testing

Chemical Industry. Exposition of.)

- Use of manganese ore in..

198
of. St. John..

•377

Exposure tests of sheeting material. Hoyt. *142 Glass molds. Alloy for. Milliken. (P).... 210
*Illustrated: (P.), (B. P.), (Aust. P.), (Can. P.)--United Statas, British, Australian and Canadian patents, respectively; (S.)
Synopsis ; (N.) ----Papers read at society meetings but not printed in full.

(P);

for.:

287

(N)

45

by

49

Glauber's salt in Siberian lakes.

771 Interallied Chemical Confederation, London

IRON AND STEEL-Continued:

Glucinum. Negru...

353, 417

meeting

234

Thomas:

Criticism, Parsons.

544

560

Interferometer, Gas analysis by. Edwards.

Bag-

Metallurgical calculations.

544

Reply. Negru..

Interferometer, Industrial analysis of gas

mixtures by.

Glue, Research work at Forest Products

Pouchon..

ley. (N.)

•392

760

Laboratory

International Exposition of

Special steels:

Mining In-

460

Aircraft steels. Sauveur. (N.).

Tensile strength of. Hopp. (N.) 292

dustries

121, 428

Thum.. 145

Alloy steel, Flakes in.

Water-resistant. Browne..

*136 International Research Council monographs 776

472

Chromium steel. Turner. (B.P.).

International Union of Pure and Applied

Hibbard.

Effervescing steel.

(N.) 459

Chemistry.

234

GOLD AND SILVER : (See also, Silver)

High-speed tool steel, Mfr.

-Incorporation with International Re-

(B.P.)

aluminothermic reaction,

471

424

search Council

Australian production.

473

Iowa, Registration of engineers in

722

High-speed steel, Mfr. of. McKenna.

170

-Decrease in world's production.

530

(N.)

Fuller.

Iron, Penetration by hydrogen.

Rose. (8.)..

-Volatilization of gold.

101

Mfr.

Manganese steel,

Hadfield.

(N.)

521

(P.)

403

-Use as electrical conductor in Ger-

in

GOVERNMENT :

Molybdenum steel, Production

many

*740

153

U. S...:

Iron and Steel Institute, Jubilee meeting

•40

-Purchases during war, Record of....

Nickel steel gun forgings, Flakes in.

739 Iron and Steel Market .50, 105, 157.

Hayward

116

213, 263, 406, 441, 474, 504, 536,

-Surplus supplies, Disposal of:

Rifle-barrel steel. Bellis and But-

Lead

4

582, 590, 593, 596, 599, 602, 647,

terworth. (N.)

460

696, 744, 792

Phenol.

431

Stainless steel. (S.)

438

Trinitrotoluene

577

Tool steel :

-To make armor and heavy forgings. 228 IRON AND STEEL :

Manufacture and working. An-

Graphite, Tarift bill, House considers. 640

drew & Green, (N.)..

42

Griscom-Russell Co., pipe line strainer • 207

Analysis:

Microscopy and Mechanical Prop-

Groch "Save-All" for paper pulp mills. 529

Determination of gases in steel.

erties. Arnold.

(N.)....

43

Gun metal. Karr. (N.).

• 555

Cain. (N.)

459

207

Gyratory crusher, Sixty-inch.

Iron Ore:

Corrosion

coatings:

and protective

-Agglomeration of clay-bearing and

(See Metal protection.)

high-sulphur ores. Swart and Klugh.

Furnaces:

(P.)

Blast-furnace uptakes. Kennedy.

-Briquetting. Lammerhirt. (P.) 694

49

(P.)

H

Magnetic susceptibilities of. Louis.

Electric furnace, Square deal for.

102

Weidenthal

779

(S.)

Halberg-Beth bag system of dust collection 723

Open hearth:

Constitution of acid hearth.

Hardwood: (see Wood.)

Whitey and Hallimond. (N.).

Havana, American Chamber of Commerce

Furnace construction. Howe.

334

for

(N.)

546

166

Heatmeter. New compensated. Frey.

Jackling Porphyries, Reports

• 259

Howe. (N.).

Refractories for.

459

416

Refractories

Criticism.

Kura-

Japan,

industry in.

Taylor.

Rennerfelt electric steel furnace,

hashi

•185

Heat treatment: (see also Iron and Steel,

101

Working results. Frick et al. (S.)

Heat treatment.)

144

Steel industry in.

Heat treatment:

645

Helium, Government plants.

276

-Tin-plate manufacture in

Double heat treatment for steel

Hoover, Herbert C., Address at A. I. M.

Japanese chemical industries, Progress in.

Annebault.

castings. Hall, Nissen and Taylor.

E. dinner...

208

419

(S.).

(N.)

461

778

581

Hopkins, Dr. Cyril G., Obituary.

Japanese decision on trade marks.

Electrically heated soaking pits in

Kitamura

183

Japanese porcelains.

Hough_nitrator, New uses for.

456

•624

the steel industry. Baily

Hunt, Robert W., Award. .

194

753

Jordan Scientific Society.

48

Hydrocarbon cement.

Hardener, Automatic. Fay. (P.)..

Barrie and Chad.

furnace,

Heat-treating

Automatic

wick. (Aust. P.).

791

Mitchell.

(S.)

101

Hydrocarbons, Acyclic and saturated cyclic

Heat treatment of 155-mm. high

K

hydrocarbons. Chavanne and Si-

explosive shell. Merten.

•687

mon. (8.)

403

Portevin.

Speed of Quenching.

Cracking. Nilson and Petrol Patents,

202

Turrentine

Kelp, Growth of.

41

(N.)

Ltd. (B.P.)..

742

and

mixtures,

Kerosene-gasoline

Flash

Tempering machine for tools, Auto-

Robson and

matic. Stee and Kolhede. (P.).

burning points of.

403

.244

Withrow

Hydro-electric power:

Vertical-Cylindrical electric furnaces

•193

Kingsport Wood Reduction Co. plant.

-Resources in U. S., Map.

343

for heat-treating and shrinking.

Kramer and Sarnow method for m. p. of

-Systems in North Central States. Jones *342

Clark

*206

82

asphalt

M

341

-Ingots:

Hydrogen, Ozone form of.

790

Wendt. (S.)

For locomotive

rolled

tires and

-Penetration of iron by. Fuller. (N.) 521

wheels. Fry. (N.)

547

L

Hydrogen peroxide. "Albone".

456

Mechanical work:

Allis-Chalmers forge shop.

• 576

Hydrometers. Types. moduli and calcula-

tions on slide rule. Savage.

Electrification

*395

of reversing steel

LABORATORIES:

Hytempite, Cementing jamb joints with:: .153

mills. Sykes. (N.)

546

Fusion welds. Miller.

-Beckman & Linden Eng. Corp., San

Rolling mill practice, Trend of.

117

Francisco

Hunt. (N.)

460

-Bureau of Mines electric furnace lab

I

Welding metals to iron and steel.

• 574

oratory. Grier

Pittevil. (B.P.)..

103 Commercial, cost accounting in. Cas.

Ignition of D. & L. sinter cake. Adams.

288

-Metallography:

well (N.)

(P.)

48

Defects in fusion welds in relation

-Electrometallurgical research labora-

Illinois (see also Chicago district.)

117

to transverse rail fissures and

tory in San Francisco....

Chemical industries of. Thomson.

•315

flakes.

Miller....

.757

.729

-Forest Products Laboratory. Jones.

-Hydro-electric and steam power plants. 345

Effect of time on physical proper

Illinois, University of, Mfrof organic

Pittsburgh Station, Bureau of Mines.

ties of medium carbon

•432

steel.

Thum

chemicals at

777

Reinhardt and Cuttler. (N.). 460

•545

Dedication

Import restrictions, Tin, Correction.

24

Fibrous structure in high carbon

Laboratory process, How long to develop

452

steel, Lorenz

203

into dividend? Dow.

Flakes in alloy steel. Thum:

145 Labor conditions and industrial magazines.

IMPORT STATISTICS :

Flakes in Ni steel gun forgings.

Cleland

682

Hayward

116

Laboring man and the mails.

Canada:

Flakes, Transverse rail fissures and

Labor, Status of, In English chemical in-

16

Principal articles, 1918-19..... 707

defects in fusion welds. Miller.. •729

dustry. Marshall

Fractures,

-England:

Mechanism of. de

276

Labor troubles in copper camps

49

Potassium compounds. 1913 ..... 726

Freminville. (N.)

613

Richter (P.)

Lactic acid from sawdust.

United States :

Graphitization. Tawara

and

Landreth direct oxidation process of sew-

Glycerine. Apr. 1919.

772

Asohara.

15

(N.)

41

age purification

•73

227

June, 1919

Impact strength. Langenberg. (N.)

Hendrick

461 Langmuir postulates.

Iridium, etc., May, 1919.

647

200

Liquidus of Fe-C Diagram. Cesáro.

Obituary

Laughlin, James, Jr.

Lead and ores, May, 1919.

200

(N.)

40

LeachingApparatus for sulphurous acid.

Magnesite, calcined.

•404

1912-17.

120

Macro-Etching and Printing. Hum-

Leaver. (P.)

Platinum, May, 1919..

frey.

200

(N.)

472

40 Lead, Electrolytic. Jourieff.

Tin bars, blocks, pigs, etc. Apr.

Non-Allotropy of Ag. Honda. (N.) 40 Lead blast-furnace:

1919

15

Photographing steel forgings at low

Effect of blast-roasting on design of.

Tin ore.

67

Apr. 1919.

15

•140

magnifications. Foley

Mallette

Tungsten ores.

Apr. i919

15

X-Ray examination

490

of metals.

Lead burning with water-gas and oxygen.

May, 1919.

200

Ruder. (N.).

404

546 Lead chromate pigments. Morris. (B.P.).

June. 1919..

118

369

Processes:

Lead furnace ventilating hoods.

Zinc and ores, May, 1919.

200

Bessemer. Acid:

Lead oxides, Red lead. Analysis of. Eric-

Metallurgical calculations.

Bag-

61

son.

Indiana:

ley. (N.).

45 Lead salts, Electrolytic method for white

Manganese oxidation in. Me-

lead, etc. Harrington. (P.)..

* 255

Chemical industries. Anderegg. • 324

Caffery. (S.)

155 Leather, From sharks and porpoises.

580

-Hydro-electric and steam power plants. 347

Overcoming spitting in. Me-

-Mfr. at plant of Robert H. Foerderer. *489

Natural and industrial resources of.. • 320

Caffery. (S.)

155 -Treating with oil. Hawkins. (Can.P.) 791

-Raw material resources. Logan. • 320

Bessemer, Basic:

Legal Notes:

Map.

322

Metallurgical calculations, Bag-

-Explosion of chemicals:

Industrial Conference, Report of. 481, 514

ley. (N.)..

45

I. Common law liability. Sherlock. 83

Industrial magazines and labor conditions.

Cast steel, Double heat treatment

II. Workmen's compensation acts.

Cleland.

682

for. Hall, Nissen and Taylor.

Sherlock

131

Industrial news..55, 110, 161, 217, 267,

(N.)

461 -Liability for infections. Sherlock. 252

410, 507, 539, 586. 651, 700,

Open hearth, Acid:

-Patent rights and remedies. Sherlock 786

748, 796
Constitution of slag. Whitely

Who are entitled to compensation.

Industrial notes...56, 111, 162, 218, 411,

and Hallimond. (N.).

44

Sherlock

639

508, 540, 651, 700 796
Deoxidation, Yaneske. (N.)

43 Lignite Utilization Board of Canada.

Industrial resources of France, Germany,

Lime as

constituent.

Lime, Mfr. at Cedar Hollow plant of

Great Britain, United States and

Yaneske. (N.)

43

Charles Warner Co.

.491

world for 1913. (S)..

400

Metallurgical calculations, Bag-

Lime-barium treatment for boiler feed

Infections. Liability for. Sherlock

252

ley. (N.)

45

water. Mehring

•629

Ingots for locomotive tires and rolled

Open hearth, Basic:

Lime kilns, Rotary vs. vertical

*492

wheels. Fry. (N)

547

Metallurgical calculation.

Lodge Fume Co.

724

Insurance for chemical plants. An inno-

ley. (N.)
Love, Dr. E. G. Obituary

.440

vation in

754

Open hearth process. Howe. (N.) 546 Luckie, Robert R. Obituary

647

*Illustrated; (P.), (B. P.), (Aust. P.), (Can. P.)—United States, British, Australian and Canadian patents, respectively; (S.)

Synopsis ; (N.)-Papers read at society meetings but not printed in full.

45

64

M
NATIONAL EXPOSITION OF CHEMICAL Patents, Increased cost of printed copies..

613
INDUSTRIES :

755
-Whole U. S. patent system in danger

Patents, Recent chemical and metallurgi-
McFarland. Charles N. Obituary

647
(See Chemical Industry, Exposition

cal.

.48, 103, 209, 255,
McKelvy, E. C. Obituary.

744
of.)

403, 439, 471, 579, 642, 694, 742, 790
Peru, Tungsten situation in.

739
MAGNESITE:
NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL:

Petroleum, Refining at Atlantic Refinery
Co.

.488
-Austrian industry.'.

671
-Division of Industrial Research. Howe.

486
-Research work to be undertaken..

288
(N.)

117
-For flooring composition.

Petroleum industry, Need of research in.
Manning

727
.480
-Plant of Northwest Magnesite Co..

Phenolaldehyde condensation
NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL:
Refractories from American

products.
704

Dior. (B. P.)

472
Status of domestic magnesite industry 119

.495

Phenol plant, Barrett Co.
Tariff bill, House passes.

565 Eighth Annual Safety Congress. An-
nouncement

277
Magnesium, From magnesium oxide.

Phosphatic coatings for rust proofing iron
Program

and steel.
426

Eckelmann.
Seward. (P.)
439

•787
• Maltose

Physical measurements for chemistry stu-
conversions, Determination of.
Natural and industrial resources of France,

dents.

• 503
Coombs

398
Germany, Great Britain, United States

Picric acid. Badier and Holliday (B. P.) 694
Manganese borate, Manufacture of.

and world for 1913. Agricola. (S.) 400
199

695

-Graesser and Titherley.
Nelson electrolytic chlorine cell, Carrier

(B. P.).

•133
Manganese chloride, Use of..
199

• 207

Pipe line strainer
Manganese dioxide ore. Uses of. Phalen. 196 Nevada Consolidated Copper Co., Report. 167
Manganese linoleate, Manufacture of..

199
Newark, Americanization work in.

Pittsburgh Station, Bureau of Mines. Thum •432
375
-Dedication

• 545
Manganese oxalate, Manufacture of.

199
Manganese persulphate, Manufacture of.

Plastic composition, Shellac-naphthalene.
199 NEW JERSEY CHEMICAL SOCIETY :

McCoy. (P.)

694
Manganese resinate, Manufacture of.

199
Manganese sulphate, Manufacture of..

Platinum metals. Recovery from copper
199 -December meeting. Report

705
slimes. Ferguson. (P.)

642
Manganin. Bash. (N.)
554

Porcelain, Japanese, From chemical view-
Manganin, Study of. Hunter and Bacon.
NEW YORK SECTION, A. C. S.:

point.

183
(N.)
520

Porphyry ore, Proposed treatment.

512
Manufacturers' catalogs,

October meeting. Report.

557
111, 268, 508, 540. 652 November meeting. Cellulose

708
Manufactures Census of.

714

-December meeting. Food dehydration 709 POTASH :
Maps, Engineering Council on.

431 Nickel, Physical properties of. Thompson.
• Maritime Chemists' Association.

191
(N.)

550 -Does American potash need a fixed
Markets, Non-Ferrous, Iron, Steel and
Nitric acid, Cost of manufacture at U. S.

price? Brown.

447
Chemical, 50, 105, 156, 212, 262,

Nitrate Plant No. 2..

66 -From blast-furnace gases in England.
405, 441. 473, 503, 535, 582, 590,
Nitrator, Hough, New uses for.

450
Hibbert.

723
593, 596, 599, 602, 647, 696, 744, 792 Nitrogen, Allotropic. Leffmann. (S.)

693 -From feldspar and leucite by elec-
Marting, H. A. Obituary..
647 Nitrogen fixation, In Europe during the war.

trolysis at Colorado Potash Co. 222
Massachusetts Institute of Technology,

Joyes.

612

From

iron

blast-furnaces, Cutlett.
Alumni vocations

658
-Manufacturing costs at Muscle Shoals.

404
66

(P.)
Mathematical journal, New German.

791
511 Nitrogen oxides from ammonia. Maxted and

-From 'silicates. Robertson. (Can, P.)
Matte, Separation from slag. Lloyd. (P.): 403

.615
Ridsdale. (B. P.).

694

-From wood ashes. Bateman.
Meetings and Events, Coming

170
Nitrous oxide, Purification. Warner. (P.). 694

-German, Importation allowed

427
56, 112, 162, 218, 268, 411, 507,
Nitro, W, Va., for sale.

Searles Lake, Borax in.

399
540, 700, 748,
Sold.

418

Situation.
796

681
Melting. Preventing oxidation of metals
Nomenclature. Sulphuric acid. Sullivan 511

Potassium permanganate from ferroman-
during. Bristol. (P.).

680
642 Non-Ferrous metal market

ganese by electrolysis. Thompson
Merchant marine tonnage, World's.

Potassium
50, 105, 156, 212, 262, 405, 441, 473,
423

permanganate, Manufacturing

199
503, 535, 582, 590, 593, 596, 599, 602,

and uses of.
647, 696, 744, 792

Potassium salts, Refined, Production in
MERCURY:

1918,

581
NORTH CENTRAL STATES:

Potentials. Algebraic sign of. Committee
-Production in U. S.

520

report.
First quarter,
1919

487
Hydro-electric systems in. Jones.

Postal-zone law. Dangers of. Capper...
•342

610
-Recovery from oreg. Gould. (P.)

Effect on laboring man
694
Map.

341
Spanish production and exportation.

469
Mondell

Menace of
448
Natural and industrial resources of .. 309

639
Metallography, Contributions to l'art nou-

Resource map of

Vicious. Capper..
309 Prices during the war. History of.

81
veau
.657 Northwest Magnesite Co..

*480
Metallography of steel:

Breithut 174

Prices of chemicals during war.
(See Iron and Noyes. Dr. Wm. A., Willard Gibbs medalist. 448

705
Steel. Metallography.)

Priestley's home purchased.
Metallurgical control, Graphic. Merry. (N.) 458
Metallurgical

furnaces,
Calculations for

0

PRODUCTION STATISTICS:
oil-fired furnaces. Bregman. (S.).. 402
Metallurgy. Non-ferrous, In Chicago dis-

Oil
pastes, Preparation without drying.

Australia:
trict. Pulsifer

•310

Fletcher.
Metallurgy. War-time ferrous metallurgy
(Aust. P.)

473
790

Gold, Jan.-June, 1919
Oil shale industry (B. of M. paper)

-Belgium:
in Germany. (8.).
789

178
Oil shale retort. Hoover.

154
Metal protection, Adherent rust as accel-

Coal, 1913-1918.

(P.)
Oil shales. Simpson.

Coke,

154
177

1913-1918.
erator in corrosion of iron and steel.
-Bill providing for research on.

155

Fuel briquets, 1913-1917
Richardson. (N.)

428
293

Iron and steel, 1913-1916.

155
-Exposure tests on Cu-steel, pure Fe,

Lead, 1913-1917

155
bessemer and o.-h. sheets. Hoyt ..
142 JILS:

Zinc, 1913-1917

155
Phosphatic coatings for rust proofing

1913-1918

571
iron and steel. Eckelmann.
•787 -China wood, Use with rosin in paints.

California:
Metals, Atomic structure in solid solution *566

Toch.

767
Magnesite, crude, 1913-1917

120
--Determining thermal conductivity of.
Cottonseed oil industry. Wesson.. 661

-Canada:
Wilkes
* 241 -Fuel. Tentative regulations for stor-

177
-Non-ferrous. Melting in electric fur-

Iron, steel and ferros, 1918.
age and use,

781

Michigan:
nace. Collins..

• 673
-Recovering from trade waste. De

Beet sugar, 1914-1917..

333
-Prevention of oxidation during melt-

Baeve. (Aust. P.

790
Cement, 1913-1917

334
ing. Bristol. (P.).
642 Open hearth process (see Iron and Steel,

Gypsum. 1913-1917.

334
-World's production.

527
Processes)

Salt, 1914-1917

332
Methyl alcohol: see Alcohol.
Ores, Process for treating. Coolbaugh,.. 642

North Central States:
Organic chemicals for research. Clarke.. 777

Mineral production, 1917

308
Organic compounds, Electrochemical pro-

United States:
MICHIGAN:

duction of Thatcher.
527. 663

330

Bromine, 1918
Orsat apparatus, Improved. Jones and

Calcium chloride, 1918

330
Chemical industries. Badger ..

330
Neumeister

.734
Magnesite. crude, 1891-1918.

120
Hydro-electric and steam power plants 345
"Over mercury" method for m. p. of as-

Mercury. First quarter, 1919

64
-Mineral resources.

Smith

• 326
phalt

81

Metods, non-ferrous. Central States,
-Natural and industrial resources.

*326
Oxalic acid from paper mill waste liquors.

1917-18

243
Microscope in war..

169
Reed. (P.)

440

Mineral acid. (Gen. Chem. Co.).
Mineral leasing bill.

721
Oxidation of metals during melting. Pre-

Molybdenum steel

153
Minerals, Non-metallic, Need for research.

venting, Bristol. (P.)

642

Potassium salts, Refined, i9i8. 581
Ladoo

330
•348

Salt. 1918
Minerals Relief Commission:

Spelter, 1917-1918

33
Procedure for consideration of claims 95

P
Steel ingots, etc.

115
Interpretation of Relief Act.
146

200

Tungsten products, 1918.
Resume, work on claims.

428
Packaging Machinery, Manufacturers of. 5

-World:
-Proposed extension of Relief Act... 527 Packing Containers, Tests at Forest Prod-

170

Gold, 1915 and 1918 (Valuc only)
ucts Laboratory.

762
Iron and steel, 1910-18

502
Packing, Tower, Resistance to gas flow.

Propylene dichloride, Curme. (P)

743
MINING & METALLURGICAL SOCIETY OF

Zeisberg

-765

Providence Gas Co. Plant. Russell. 34, •88 147
AMERICA:
Paint for tropical climates. Major (Aust.

Psychological tests of army men.

• 185
791 PublicationsEuropean and African.

473
-Gold medal presented to Charles E.

Rosin in. Toch.

767 Publications, New...112, 412, 508, 588, 796
Schneider

614
Manganese salts used as driers.

198
Minnesota State-owned iron mines...

310
Manufacture of. Holton. (N.)

705
Mitchell electric vibrating screen.

PYROMETRY:
•644

Paper, Parchmentized. Dagnall. (B, P. 579

Washing unbleached soda pulp. Grif.
Molybdenum, From sulphide ores by chlorid-
fin.

.259
(N.)

528

Compensated heatmeter. Frey.
izing. Forland. (P.).
256

Criticism.
Paper pulp digester. Lining for experi-

416

Taylor.
-From wulfenite. Bonardi

Wilson
364

511
mental

Recording Pyrometry.

760
Monazite sand, Treatment of, At Welsbach

in
Paper pulp mold. Kress.

steel
(N.)

Temperature
529

nieaurements
Co.
• 500

furnaces. Burgess. (N)
Paper pulp research at Forest Products

546
Moore, Dr. R. B., appointed chief chemist of

Laboratory.

700

-Thermo-electric pyrometers for plant
Bureau of Mines.

.85
• 547 Paper mill, Electrolytic bleach by Allen-

use. Ashman
Motors, Direct current, New type.
*644

Fern-
Moore cell. Mitchell

•370
Pyruvates from starchy material.

bach.
Paper mill waste liquor, Oxalic acid from.

(B.P.)

695
Reed. (P.)

440
Parkerizing. Eckelmann.

•787
N

Parsons, Dr. Chas. L.. retireg chief
chemist, Bureau of Mines

•547
Naphthalene-shellac plastic. McCoy. (P.). 694 Patent Office bills.

* 256

68

P.)

as

479
Naphthalene plant, Barrett Co.

•495
Congressional hearing on

03 Quenching liquids, Technical, Cooling prop-
National Conference of Business Paper Patent renewal fees, Symposium on. (N.) 290

erties of Pilling and Lynch. (N). 461
Editors

Patent rights and remedies. Sherlock..... 786 Quicksilver: (see Mercury)
* Illustrated; (P.),' (B. P.), (Aust. P.), (Can. P.)—United States, British, Australian and Canadian patents, respectively; (S.)—
Synopsis ; (N.)-Papers read at society meetings but not printed in full.

.... 659

.290.

63

R
Soda pulp, Washing unbleached. Griffin.

TUNGSTEN—Continued:
(N).

528
Tariff hearings on.

62. 120
501
Radium luminous material, Welsbach Co..
Sodium aluminum chloride. Dutt. (B.P.) 472

-Wires, Manufacture by electrodeposi-
•729

Calvert
Sodium nitrate, Removing borates.

48
Rail fissures. Miller..

tion. Keyes. (P.)
45
and Thomas. (P.).

211

Turpentine,
Ramsay Memorial Fund.

Bur.

of Chem. collecting
167
Ray Consolidated Copper Co., Report..
Sodium hydroxide, Caustic soda plant at

223
statistics on
Green.
Edgewood Arsenal.

•17
Recent Chemical and Metallurgical Pat.
ents.
48. 103, 209, 255,

-From black liquor ash. McAfee. (P.) .256

790
403, 439, 471 579, 642, 694, 742,
Sodium silicate, Commercial, Properties of.

U
225
Re-employment problems and methods....

293
Vail. (N).

.392
Refractometric method of gas analysis.

Solders for aluminum. (S.)..

101
Association,
Southern chemical industries. Little.

710

Green
Refractories Manufacturers'

U. S., Chlorine-caustic soda plant.

.17
Work
of technical department.
Spain, Flotation monopoly in...

178 U. S. Metals Refining Co., Cottrell pre-
Howe. (N.).
289 Spain, Mercury production and exportation 448

cipitator at. Smith and Heimrod. •360
U. S. Platinum Corp. proposed.

431
Utah Copper Co., Report.

166

• 223
REFRACTORIES:
SPECIFICATIONS:

Utah Copper Co. tailings pond.
439

781
-Binder for fire-clay bricks. Kohler. (P.)

Fuel oil tanks and equipment.

459
-Blast-furnace. Howe. (N.).....

Manganese ore for glass.

198

V
and

Fulweiler
gas industry.

P and S limits in steel.
-For

556
Taussig. (N.). .....

290
Paint and varnish.
768

222
-Shellac and shellac varnish.

720 Vanadium_situation
-For industrial furnaces, Selection of.

Toch
289

767

Varnish, Use of rosin in.
Rochow. (N.).
Speisses. Treatment of complex. Papen-

118
cordt.

•30

Ventilators for lead furnace forehearths.
For iron and steel industries. Nesbitt

489

Vici kid, Mfr. of
and Bell, (N.).

289 Spelter: (see Zinc.)

• 185
Japanese industry. Kurohashi,

Spruce Turpentine, Dyes from. Andrews.

(P.)
raw mate-

743
Magnesite, From American

W
704
rials

438
Stainless steel. (S.)
439

Obituary
-Rare earth oxide. Harding. (P.)...
Stanton, Wm. A.

647
Stencils, Sheet zinc..

369
Silica-fiber bricks. Wildcroft and Fos.

War Minerals Relief Act: (see Minerals
ter. (B.P.)
103

•706
Sterilizers, Ozone and ultra-violet light.

Relief Commission.)
462
-Superior. Purdy. (N.)
Stocks and Bonds, 56, 112, 162, 218, 268, 412

.491

Warner Co., Charles, Lime plant.
-Symposium on. (N.)
289 Storage batteries (see Batteries, Sec-

War risk insurance.........

418
ondary.)

War Trade Board transferred to Stato
Storax, American. From red-gum tree... 227

Dept.
Strainer. pipe line.

207
RESEARCH:

Water glass: (see Sodium silicate)
Sugar, Beet. Production in Michigan.

333
Watertown Arsenal, Tests at.

608
Sugar, Exports from U. S..

383
Waterpower Bill. House passes.

65
-Agricultural, Problems and methods.
Sulphidizing solution. Bacon. (P.)

211
-Bill. Senate to act on..:.:

178
Wheeler. (N.).

279
Sulphite waste liquor, Alcohol from. Mc-

-Government ownership of. In relation
-Appropriations for, Vassar and Co-

Kee. (N.)
558

Fitz-

to electrochemical industry.
lumbia.

479
Sulpho cyanates for primers. Buell. (P.) 440

Gerald

95
-Development of American. Karapetoff. 722
Sulphonic acids. Lapworth and Morris.

Water softening, Lime-barium process.
-Industrial, In small establishments.

(B.P.)

742
Mehring

.629
Leeds.
.690 Sulphur, From metal sulphides.' Helbig. Water sterilizers.

•706
In non-metallic mineral field. Ladoo. *348

(P.)

694
Weaver, William Dixon. Obituary

744
In petroleum industry. Manning.. 727
Sulphur dioxide-sulphur trioxide slide rule.

Webb-Pomerene law

228
On wood products, glue, paper, etc.,

Blake. (N.)

• 285 Welding: (see Iron and Steel, Mechanical
at Forest Products Laboratory.. 759

work.)
-Organic chemicals for. Clarke.
777

Welsbach Co. plant

• 497
-Problems before Bureau of Standards 427 SULPHURIC ACID:

Western Chemical and Metallurgical Field
Research and application. Nichols,

117, 166,
(N.).
281 -Efficiency in the chamber process,

222, 275, 418, 480, 512, 609, 704, 752
Resin, Synthetic, Cumar.

456
Fairlie. (N.)

285

White lead: (see Lead salts.)
Revere Sugar Refinery, A. I. C. E. visit.

5
Nomenclature. Sullivan
511 Wiedeman-Franz-Lorenz equation.

566
Richardson ball method for m. p. of asphalt 81

Slide rule for SO2-S0g conversion.
Blake. (N.)

• 285
Sulphuryl chloride, Mfr. of. Pope. (B.P.) 103

Wisconsin:
ROASTING:

Superphosphate: (see Calcium superpbos-
phate.)

Chemical industries. Kowalke.

338
Surface tension, Effect on crystalline form.
-Blast-roasting, Effect on blast-furnace

Hydro-electric and steam power plants *342
67
Desch

*773
design. Mallette.

Natural and industrial resources of. *335
Swansea (Wales) iron works adopt Amer-

.99
Roots governor for rotary gas exhausters.

Raw material resources. Hotchkise. •335
ican sintering process
223

780
-Zinc in. Plumb

339
Rosin, Bur. of Chem. collecting statistics on

767
Rosin, Use in paints and varnishes. Toch.

Synopsis of Recent Chemical & Metallurg-

ical Literature. ..46, 101, 155, 208,

257, 399, 438, 470, 578, 641, 693, 789 Wood:
RUBBER :

-Distillation of

green and seasoned
T
430

hardwoods

•193
-Action of accelerators. (N.).

-Distillation of, Study of

764
-Industry, Data on. (S.)
401

-Drying kilns for

763
-Meeting of Rubber Division, A. c. s.
King.
429 Tailings `pond, Utah Copper Co..

Bate-
*223

-Treated, Leaching ZnCl, from.
man. (N.)

292
- Physical testing. Simmons.

(N.).::

Talc and Soapstone Producers' Association
429
meeting

277

Wood alcohol: (see Alcohol.)

Wood ashes. Potash from.
Tar separating process at Providence Gas

Bateman.

•615
•94
Co.

98

Woodpulp. Decay of.
S
Tanning. Fish leather

580

Wood waste, Ethyl alcohol from. Kresg-
-Two-bath chrome process

489
man. (N).

558
Taylor system, Increased value of. Win-

Workmen's Compensation Acts: (see Legal
Safety Congress: (see National Safety Council)

termeyer. (S).

470

notes.)
Salicylic Acid, Manufacture of. Wightman

Wulfenite, Metallurgy of. Bonardi ......364
and Robinson.

257
Salt manufacture in Michigan.
330 TECHNICAL ASSOCIATION OF THE PULP

1,
Saltpeter: (see Sodium nitrate)
AND PAPER INDUSTRY :

х
Schneider, Charles Eugene, receives Mining
and Metallurgical Society medal...

614
Chicago meeting. Program.

298
Screen, Mitchell electric vibrating.

•644
Report
528 X-cake flotation agent.

418
Sewage Disposal Committee, National Re-
Tennessee Copper Co. enters fertilizer field 138

Correction

565
search Council.

170
Tests of men..

• 185 X-Ray examination of metals.
Sewage disposal, Landreth electrolytic Thermal conductivity of metals, Apparatus

(N.)

546
process.

772
for. Wilkes

* 241 X-Rays, Examination of metals, etc., by. 84
Shale: (see Oil shale.)

Thermal expansion, Stretched wire
Sharks, Leather from.

580
paratus for measuring. Gray.

.667
Sharks. Uses for. Rogers. (N.)

284
Thomas process (see Iron and Steel, Processes)

Z
Sheeting material, Exposure tests of.

Thorium nitrate, Mfr. at Welsbach Co.. • 501
Hoyt.
•142 Tilting furnace. Ports for. Aubert. (P.) 211

ZINC:
Shellac, Origin, manufacture, grades, test-

Timberlake tungsten bill

62
ing, etc. Jones.

715
-House passes

255
Belgian zinc industry. Chase

571
Shellac-naphthalene plastic. McCoy. (P.) 694

Tin importation permitted.

204

-Continuous extraction. Armstrong.
Shellac, Solution for stiffening felt hats.

-In Bolivia. Reyes.

60
(B.P.)

472
Mackenzie. (Aust. P.)
790 Tin mines in Ardlethan (N. S. wj

619 -Dust. Estimation of metallic zinc in.
Siberian lakes, Glauber's salt in.
771 Titanium Pigment Co...

457
Edwards

192
Silicate of soda: (see Sodium silicate.)

Titanox

457 Electric radiant resistor furnace for
Silicomanganese furnace record..
• 752 TNT: (see Trinitrotoluene.)

distillation of FitzGerald.

•737
Sillimanite, Artificial. Malinoyzky. (N.) 468 Tower packing, Resistance to

gas
flow.

Electrodeposition of. Stevens. (Aust.
Silver refinery fumes. Cottrell precipitator

Zeisberg

765
P.)

790
for. Smith and Heimrod..
• 360 Trade marks, Japanese decision on

778 -Improvement in sheet-ground region 736
Sinter cake. Dwight & Lloyd, Ignition of.
Trading-with-the-enemy act, Extension of 659

-Industry in Wisconsin. Plumb

339
Adams. (P.).
48 Trieste to hold sample fair

771 Process for distilling zinc in electric
Sintering American
process adopted at
Trinitro-nitranilid for primers. Buell.

resistor furnace. Thomson. (P). 211
Swansea.

780
(P.)

440

-Recovery from low-grade and complex
Slag, Copper in. Maier and Van Arsdale. Trinitrotoluene, Government disposes of.. 577

ores, Lyon and Ralston, (S.)... 402
(S.).
•46 --Hygroscopicity of. Huff

570

Rolled and drawn. Mathewson. (N) 550
Correction.
61 Tube mill lining

*207 Spelter production. U. S. 1917-1918 33
Slide rule for 30, conversion. Blake. (N) •285 Tuberculosis. Campaign against

659
Stencils of sheet zinc

369
Slide rule, Solving hydrometer problems by.

Tuberculosis, Industrial

635

-Use as electrical conductor in Ger-
Savage.
• 395

many

*740
Smelting, Process and apparatus. Hamp-

Zinc chloride, Leaching from treated wood,
ton. (P.).
•642 TUNGSTEN:

Bateman, (N).

293
Societe de Chimie Industrielle:

zinc ore. Tariff hearings on

62
-October meeting. Report
533

275

Boulder County, Colorado
Society of Chemical Industry:

Zinc oxide for rubber industry. Croll and
-Chart showing

of..

201
Ruby. (N.) ...

430
November meeting.

614
Consumption, 1918

200 Zinc roasting furnace. Rotatable valve for.
Soda pulp liquor, Sodium hydroxide from.

255 Zirconium. Basic sulphate of. Pugh." (P) 742
*Illustrated ; (P.), .(B. P.), (Aust. P.), (Can. P.)—United States, British, Australian and Canadian patents, respectively; (S.)-
Synopsis ; (N.)-—Papers read at society meetings but not printed in full.

-Peruvian situation

739
Borcherdt. (P.)

.643
McAfee. (P.).
• 256 --Tariff bill passed by House.

(S.)...

Ruder

ap-

-360

uses

AUTHORS' INDEX

HAYWARD: RALPH A.

PAB

of

to

377

"

JONES

CAPPER. ARTHUR

83

ANDEREGG, F. 0. Chemical indústries of

Flakes in nickel

VITZ, F. K.

OVITZ, Ammonia in producer gas. 253
Indiana

324
steel gun forgings

116
Anderson, Robert J. Metallography of Heimrod, A. A., and W. G. Smith. Applica-
aluminum ingot

229

tion of the Cottrell process to the
Ashman, A. 0. Thermo-electric pyrometers

recovery of nume from suiver re PAPENCORDT. PAUL. Treatment of com-
for plant use
86

30
fining operations

360

plex speisses
Hendrick, Ellwood. America's case in chem-

Parsons, Charles L. Chemical nomenclature
istry

384
and spelling

544
73
-The Langmuir postulates

Phalen, W, C. Preparation of fuller's earth 469
BADGER. W. L.
Chemical industries of
Hibbert, Harold. Potash recovery from

Uses of manganese dioxide ore. 196
Michigan

890
blast-furnace gases in England.. 723 Plumb, A. M. Zinc in Wisconsin

339
Baily, Thaddeus F. Electrically heated

Holland, E. B., J. C. Reed and J. P. Buckley: Proctor, Leland M. Melting point of
soaking pits in the steel industry. 624
An adiabatic bomb calorimeter. 190

asphalts

81
Bardwell, E: S. The design of electric fur-
Horine, Karl. Electrolytic caustic soda-

Pulsifer, H. B. Industrial resources of the
naces.'

479
chlorine cells

69
Chicago district

310
Baskerville, Charles. Wood alcohol-Co-

Horsch, W. G., and H. M. Goodwin. Elec-
operative caution.

733

trical conductivity and other prop.
Bateman, Ernest. Wood ashes and pro-

erties of saturated solutions of REED, C, E. B. Holland and J. P.
duction of potash

615
copper sulphate in the presence of

Buckley. An adiabatic

bomb
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