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Science Notes - August 26, 1905

New Rothschild Paleontological Collection at Paris

By the Paris Correspondent of Scientific American

Education in Japan

The Dangers of the Domestic use of Illuminating Gas and the means of Avoiding Them

By Henry Leffmann

Progress of Astronomy

Patchouli Plant and its Uses

Americans Learning to Pack

Reinforced Concrete

Paper as Protection for Iron and Steel

By Louis H. Barker

The Maneuvering of Turbine Steamers


By David Flather

Smokeless Combustion and Economy of Fuel

By William Mayner

New German Electrically Controlled Air-Brake System

By Frank C. Perkins

The Gentle Art of Hustling

By Frank Fielden

Improvements in the Indian Indigo Industry

The Origin of Coal and of Carbonated Spring Waters

By Otto N. Witt

Chemical Affinity

By Oliver J. Lodge

Time-Recording Camera

The Manufacture of Artificial Marble

The Production of Abrasive Materials in 1904

Trade Notes and Recipes

Engineering Notes

Electrical Notes


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