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Science Notes - July 2, 1904

Light and Power Plant for the City of Geneva

By the Paris Correspondent of the Scientific American

Superheated Steam. A Review of its Development and Use

Use of the Earth as a Return Conductor in Connection with Commercial Electrical Installations

A Machine for the Measurement of Screw-Threads

By the English Correspondent of the Scientific American

Improved Methods of Producing Color Values for Monochrome and Three-Color Printing

By John Carbutt

Shell Ornaments from Kentucky and Mexico

By W. H. Holmes

Herring Oil

By Charles H. Stevenson


An Inquiry Into the Working of Various Water-Softeners

By C. E. Stromeyer and W. B. Baron

Some Novel Phenomena in Connection with N Rays

Some New Scientific Exhibits at the Soiree of the British Royal Society

By the English Correspondent of the Scientific American

N-Rays. Their Oscillatory Effects

The Glacier Bear

Electrical Notes

Trade Notes and Recipes

Engineering Notes

Trade Suggestions from United States Consuls



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