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The Captured German Mine-Laying Submarine, Molybdenum as a Steel Alloy, and more

[The article includes a diagram of the submarine published by "the Scientific American by permission of the British Amiralty."]

Torpedo Screen for Ships Under Way

Building up Wall of Whirling Plates in the Path of a Submarine Torpedo

By John B. Flowers

Strategic Moves of the War, October 26th, 1916

Our Military Expert

Letting the Eye Train the Voice

A New Instrument that Shows a Singer Whether he is True to Pitch

By L. E. Dodd

Photography with a Horse-Shoe Magnet

Some Peculiar Results Obtained by Exposing a Photographic Plate to a Magnetic Field

By F. F. Mace

The War Aeroplane here and Abroad

Where does the United States Stand with Regard to the Eyes of the Army?

By Bertram Williams

Photographing Interior Structure of Concrete Work, A Chemical Laboratory on Wheels, and more

Buttons as a By-Product of Beer, Patents Issued on Collodial Bitumens, and more


  • Letters

    Correspondence- November 4, 1916

  • Recommended

    New Books, Etc.- November 4, 1916

  • Departments

    The Heavens in November

  • Inventions New and Interesting- November 4, 1916

  • Recently Patented Inventions- November 4, 1916

  • Notes and Queries- November 4, 1916

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