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Synthetics Offer Solutions

Some 160 Compounds Have Been Produced from Petroleum and Natural Gas. Many of these Will Become Essential Parts of New and Important Post-War Developments. Today the Processes Involved are Supplying War-Needed Products; Tomorrow They May be Applied 10 Liquid Fuel Production

By D. H. Killeffer

Lead Carries its Weight

No One Surveying Ihe Potentialities in New Alloys and Sleels should Forget Those Old Standbys Like Lead That Have Entered New Fields and Permanently Improved Their Application-Positions Generally. Here Are Some of Lead's Recent Advances and a Hint of its Post-War Prospects

By Fred P. Peters

Explosives - - Inside and Out

Some of the Chemical "Whys" of Black Powder Nitroglycerine, Guncotton, Smokeless Powder, Toluene, Picric Acid, TNT, Ammonium Nitrate, Amatol, and the New Penthrite which is no Longer Hush-Hush. The Basic Chemistry if All these Explosives is Relatively Simple

By Albert G. Ingalls and Sidney J. French

Water Conditioning

Master Chemical of All Chemicals Water Produces as Many Industrial Headaches as it Solves. However Intensive Research on the Whole Waler Problem is Pointing the Way Toward Trealment Methods Adaptable to Almost Any Troublesome Siluation in Factory or Home

By J. D. Ratcliff and The Staff

Departments

  • 50 Years Ago, June 1944

  • Safety Increases, But

  • Electronic Aviation

  • High-Octane Gas

  • Recommended

    Our Book Corner, June 1944

  • Departments

    Previews of the Industrial Horizon, June 1944

  • Quotes, June 1944

  • New Products, June 1944

  • Current Bulletin Briefs, June 1944

  • Telescoptics, June 1944

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