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Science Notes - June 10, 1905

The New Jungfrau Locomotive

By Emile Guarini


By William H. White

Anti-Fouling Compositions

Mat Varnishes

Modern Geodetic Rules

The Work Done by the Radiator on a Gasoline Automobile

The “Helena” Tire-Tool Kit

A Brief Study of the Ferro Metals and their Electrical Manufacture

By Auguste J. Rossi

A New Ultra-Violet Mercury Lamp

By O. Schott

Superheating Locomotives

Oscillations of Railway Vehicles

A Gigantic Emerald

An Electrolytic Process of Piercing and Cutting Plates of Metal

By our Belgian Correspondent

High-Speed, Long-Distance Electric Traction

By Charles A. Mudge

A Clarifier for Wine and Brandy

The New Course of Chemical Engineering at Columbia University

By Edmund H. Miller

A Curious Induction Experiment

By Charles E. Beniiam

The Evolution of Escapements

Novel Alarm Watch

Underground Temperature

By James Stirling

Electrical Notes

Engineering Notes


Trade Notes and Recipes


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